I love them. So soft and comfy.
However, I have every other Penguin Clothbound Classic ever published so it was really a matter of necessity - so I keep telling myself.
I'm fast running out of room on the shelf which houses them all.
While on the subject of books, I wanted to quickly mention "The Twelve" - Justin Cronin's sequel to "The Passage"
As with it's predecessor, I couldn't put this book down and read non-stop for a few days. Despite its addictive nature, I do have to admit that I was just slightly disappointed. I found it to be a bit disjointed - way too much flitting back and forth between various groups of characters (and there are a lot of characters in these books) - whereas "The Passage" was divided neatly into three distinct parts. Almost every chapter in "The Twelve" ended with a cliffhanger which would not be addressed again for several more chapters.
Perhaps my expectations were simply set too high or maybe it's just that the middle book of a trilogy often tends to be the weakest entry.
In regards to the plot, I found it interesting that the worst atrocities in "The Twelve" were perpetrated by humans rather than virals. There are some really despicable people in this book.
Despite having a couple of issues, it was still a great read and I will be eagerly awaiting the third book which is due for publication in 2014.