I've abandoned A Long Finish by Michael Dibdin. It wasn't terribly interesting, and I wasn't in the right mood for it. But I deceided not to reread Jean Auel. I've read it way to often and it's to heavy to carry around every day (I can't wait for e-books!). So a trip to the library last night resulted in The Skystone (Camulod Chronicles, Bk. 1.) by Jack Whyte. Yes, you guessed it, another Arthurian legend. What is it with me, that I can't read enough about it? Anyhow about this one » "In a time preceding King Arthur and Camelot, two Roman men, Publius Varrus and Caius Britannicus, Arthur's great-grandfathers, try to preserve the best of Roman life and build a new culture out of the wreckage of the old and, in doing so, create a legend." Here are some epinions.