Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone

A few of us are having a readalong of Max Gladstone’s Three Parts Dead.  This series is receiving awesome reviews and I’m really looking forward to it – if you’ve also been fancying giving this one a go then please feel free to come and join in.  No stress or fretting, it’s a fairly relaxed affair and we always have fun.  I like to share my good times so I hope you’ll get on board too!

Starting in a couple of weeks and taking on approximately 100 pages per week.  My most excellent book blogger buddy Susan from Dab of Darkness has made a much better job of posting about this readalong right here!  Go check it out!

Don’t be shy now 😀

20 Responses to “Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone”

  1. Lynn E. O'Connacht

    Oooooooooooh. I may have to see about joining this. I’ve had Three Parts Dead</em. on my TBR pile for a while, but all the praise it's received has made me a little wary of starting it. I have a very bad track record with reading books a lot of people liked.

    • Lynn E. O'Connacht

      Aaaand, I broke my HTML, apparently. And, um, the link to Susan’s blog actually leads to the book cover for me. ^_^;

      • lynnsbooks

        Haha – you were right and I’m a maniac – put the wrong link!! Less speed apparently!
        Lynn 😀

    • lynnsbooks

      Yay – I know you haven’t definitely committed to joining yet but I really hope you do. I really enjoy readalongs just purely for all the talk they provoke and the different ideas that come to light when you’re sharing the story with others. I’ll check out that link – quite possibly I’ve just been a raging maniac!
      Lynn 😀

    • lynnsbooks

      Hey Lynn, just sorting the schedule for this readalong. If you’re still interested in joining could you let me have your email? If you don’t want to leave in the comments my email is No pressure to join, we can send you the questions for the first week and if you want to take part it’s all good.
      Let me know.
      lynn 😀

  2. nrlymrtl

    The Gladstone Party is here! So looking forward to this book, and I bet I will enjoy the series as well!

  3. hlmorris85

    This one’s been sitting on my shelf for a while. I’m in!

    • lynnsbooks

      Yeah! Excellent news. I love a good old readalong party with lots of debate!
      Lynn 😀

    • lynnsbooks

      btw – don’t think I’ve got your email address – could you drop me an email: – so I can include you re the readalong.
      Lynn 😀

      • hlmorris85

        it’s (I can send you a real email from there if you’d like as well, but since I’m here this seemed easier 🙂 )

      • lynnsbooks

        Ta 😀

  4. Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

    Enjoy the readalong! I’ve read the first two books of this series so far, they’re fantastic.

    • lynnsbooks

      I’m really looking forward to it to be honest. These books have been getting excellent reviews and this give me a bit more impetus to pick it up.
      Lynn 😀

  5. Tabitha (Not Yet Read)

    I hope you have a fabulous time reading it. The first and second books were definitely my favorites of the three. You don’t even have to read them in order because they are essentially all stand alone novels or “companion” novels.

    • lynnsbooks

      I am really looking forward to it – nice to know about the companion novels – I hadn’t realised – so thanks very much for that 😀

  6. Lauren

    I’m in! I bought a copy on special a while back. I wasn’t planning to read it right now, but I’d love to join another readalong with you guys!

    • lynnsbooks

      Excellent! I’m really looking forward to it – such good reviews so far.
      Lynn 😀

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