Reading The Town That Forgot How to Breathe, by Kenneth J. Harvey. The reader was drawn to the cover at Green Apple Books, and though he usually doesn't read gothic novels, he thought he'd try something new. Previously he had begun reading Angel of Forgetfulness, which he found too heavy on character and Lud in the Mist, which was good except that when the plot branched, it didn't follow the character he was interested in. If a book doesn't hold his interest, that is, if he spends more time staring out the window of the bus than reading, he puts it down and starts something new, even if he's half way through.

One of his favorite authors is Terry Pratchett who writes fantasy that is clever and funny, with a bit of satirical commentary. As soon as he finishes on of his books, he's waiting for the next one to come out.