Finished The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay. Phew. Only took me about 41/2 weeks. I haven’t tackled a long-winded, dense literary book like that in a while. Really good book, exceptionally well written, full of detail. Maybe went on a bit too long. Flattened out at the end, too, I felt. Chabon could have gone for something big, but he didn’t. I still feel that Wonder Boys is the best thing I’ve read of Chabon’s. It’s a phenomenal book and I’ve read it a good 4 or 5 times.
Been listening to Led Zeppelin. All sorts.
Watched Independence Day on bluray, and then Che Part 1 on the SkyHD+ box. Both films excellent, and ID is a nice transfer.
Finished up the second draft of Far From Home #1, and send it off for editing. Expect a publication announcement soon.
Tony Healey is the author of the bestselling Harper & Lane Series, consisting of Hope’s Peak, Storm’s Edge and Blue Ruin, published by Thomas and Mercer. He is also the author of westerns in the Ralph Compton Western Series, including The Devil’s Snare, Blood On The Prairie, and Die Trying. He has several works published independently, including the crime novel Not For Us.
Tony Healey lives and works in Brighton, on the Sussex coast. He is married, has four daughters and a chorkie called Freddy. Tony is represented by his agent, Sharon Pelletier of Dystel, Goderich & Bourrett LLC.
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