Ok, finished The Mallorean (David Eddings) and Michael Tolliver Lives! (Armistead Maupin) today.
The latter made me cry a lot. And I almost forgave Mary Ann for being such a bitch in the last book. It was a lot like getting a postcard from old friends, catching up on how times have changed. I still am not happy about his tendancy to kill off characters between books, since it really doesn't give a chance for the reader to mourn the death. This was one one the reasons Signifigant Others bothered me so much. I would have felt better had John died during the book rather than a few years prior to the start.
Still, it was good to see Mouse and Anna Madrigal again.
Ugh, just realized Michael Tolliver Lives! was the last book I had out of the library. I have 2 on the hold shelf, but the library doesn't open before I have to be at work.
Which means I can read one of my Shadowrun novels or try to get into Christopher Rice's A Density of Souls. Most of the rest of my library is too fresh in my memory to read atm.