The Distinct Lack of Food in Certain Books

It's been a while since I posted about the food in the books I've been reading. That's not my fault. No, really. There's a distinct lack of food in the books I've been reading; the character have other ways of nourishing themselves. And I strongly suspect if I discussed what some characters were nourishing themselves with you'd all need a vomit bag.

Here's what I've been reading:

RADIANT SHADOWS by Melissa Marr

SMOKE AND MIRRORS by Neil Gaiman

A Game of You (The Sandman, Vol. 5) - Neil Gaiman
Fables & Reflections (The Sandman, Vol. 6) - Neil Gaiman
Brief Lives (The Sandman, Vol.  7) - Neil Gaiman
World's End (The Sandman, Vol. 8) - Neil Gaiman

We could discuss the ravens feasting on the eyes in the book I'm currently reading, The Kindly Ones (The Sandman, Vol. 9) by Neil Gaiman . . . 

Or, we could just wait until I run out of volumes of The Sandman and return to reading other books.

Um, yeah. Let's do that.  

In the meantime, if you're missing the Books+Food posts, there's now a whole page for them.