Contrariwise, I couldn't deal with Twin Tracks: The Unexpected Origins of the Modern World by James Burke what with its running two different tracks on facing pages. I guess I'm just an old fuddy-duddy.
Then, there's the comic books.
First was Gravel #18 - I found that it explained some of the loose ends left from before a little better, and it sets up the action for what'll probably be the next few issues. Fairly good.
Then, Battlefields #5 - still dealing with the tank on tank combat/jousting between a Tiger and a Firefly. Indeed.
Next, The Guild #2 with a surprising amount of character development, even if it IS heavy-handed. I understand that this is supposed to be a 3-part series, so it'll finish soon.
Finally, I don't quite know why I picked this one up, but it's DV8: Gods and Monsters #1 of 8; apparently a follow-on from a series I never saw. So, I'm not introduced to the characters who appear to have a history. I'm lost.
Last night, we hosted the Shabbat services at our home, and I led. I did fine, forestcats and the other folk put together a delicious meal to follow, and it was very pleasant. Unfortunately, my wife was somewhat ill, and that limited the enjoyment of the evening. She's feeling better, this morning.
And last, but not least, Dungeonmaster tomorrow, in Hollywood. Be there!