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Picked up the new Whitman the other day and started reading it yesterday. Awesomeness! It's set the day Jack decides to join CTU, so there is piles of interior life going on, and some conversations with Teri about it. A few cheap shots at foreshadowing, but in a noir-ish kind of way. I loves me some noir with a side of bodice-ripper. Must have been all those garage-sale Harlequins I read in Junior High!

I'm liking it even more than the Cerasini. 

*wants

[personal profile] marinw's icon re. 'we want 24'!*

In other news, the video card on my computer is well and truly fried. It fixed itself just long enough for me to write my next chapter on it, but not long enough for me to find the LAN and back it up. It's there, I just can't see it... I'm hoping to have this problem fixed by Friday. 'Cause, you know, I might need to do some work as well.

Oh, jeez. I just realized all my meetings etc. are on my Outlook on that machine, and I'm really bad at getting things onto paper as well. I might have to let Mr. Tiger take it into work and cross fingers that whomever he gets to work on it won't rummage around in the files. How embarrassing to have one of his guys reading my Jack porn! Unless it's the guy who's addicted to Superman. He might understand...

 

cybertoothtiger: (Intense Jack moofoot)

I finished the book last night, and I was pleasantly surprised. It was like 24 methadone; not as powerful as the real thing, but enough to take the edge off until I can get to my meeting.

I figured out that it's set between Nightfall and Day 1, which didn't quite work, because I think Jack was too emotionally healthy for that time period. He does have an interior life, which is an improvement, and he gives a couple of pep talks that are so cute.

Someone else read it so we can discuss!

ETA: LOSTin24's Youtube account has been suspended. Not surprising, really, but I am in mourning over the loss of this fine source of Kiefer-vid.
cybertoothtiger: (hand on head)
Marc Cerasini is the bomb. I'm only on page 68, but this book rocks. 

He's weaving in character details from stuff in the sets of the show, is all I'm saying. And Greek mythology in the humourous dialogue! Lufs.

That is all.

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