Professor Moriarty: The Hound of the D'Urbervilles - Kim Newman I'm not going to rate this. Usually this type of fair, and books by Newman, are ones I quite enjoy. This one though? I've sat on page #5 for over a month. Every time I pick up my Nook and decide which book I am going to delve into, I look at it, my finger hovers over the image of the cover and then I quickly scroll past. That has to tell me something and give anyone interested in reading my reviews who enjoys the same kind of reads I do, something as well.

I am consigning this book to my reading-but-set-aside-for-a-bit shelve. I won't toss it into the bored-but-will-get-through-eventually list because I don't know if I will ever bother with it- in fact I am taking it off my Nook. That being said, I won't heave it into the waste-of-time-horrible-books or not-worth-the-effort list.