Well, I finished "A Breath of Snow and Ashes" last night, and of course it was wonderful, but I felt bad that the series was over. BUT guess what I just found out? There will be a Book 7! Woo hoo! I have to wait until the end of 2008 but still, jumpin' woo hoo!
I started another book, totally unrelated, called "The Elephant in the Playroom -- Ordinary Parents Write Intimately and Honestly About the Extraordinary Highs and Heartbreaking Lows of Raising Kids with Special Needs" by Denise Brodey. I got this to help me feel not so helpless when Zack's Sensory Integration Disorder gets in the way of his happiness. He's been doing SO much better, but he still gets completely overwhelmed by lots of noise and has a definite circle of personal space that he doesn't like broached by people other than his family. If you have a child with SID, autism, bipolar, cerebral palsy, or similar things, I'd recommend this book. It's not a diagnostic book, but it's a book that will make you feel you're not alone dealing with things.