I've had less to say in the discussion for The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, partly because I read it back in November and partly because I've got more "meh" about it since I finished it. I feel a little bad about that, because I'm gonna skip next month in that bookclub too - the book is "Elfland" by Freda Warrington, and it's not in the library and I just don't feel interested enough to buy it. I need to get my act together and get March's book I think. I also didn't have all that much to say about "The Curse of Chalion" that I hadn't already said, but in that case it was more because I'd just reviewed it and said what I wanted to say.
In other, less highbrow, news I've got sucked into a facebook game, which is a little embarassing really ;) Project Legacy is the Assassin's Creed one, I've not looked at any of the PVP stuff (and probably never will) but the bit I have been playing gives more insight into the Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood storyline. You basically do busy-work clicking on things & waiting for points to regenerate (as with all these games), but are rewarded with little tidbits of story. Some of the characters are the ones in the multiplayer for AC:B (which I recognise as J's been playing that a lot recently), and there's stuff about other artifacts. And the whole suck-you-in-and-keep-you-clicking thing works, even if you know it's what they're doing!