Weekly Reading #19

I was out on vacation last week and that meant some good reading. I read Kevin J. Anderson’s Saga of the Seven Suns. I read them all on Kindle. Normally I don’t mention that but I actually mention formatting in my review, so I’ll put that out there. Book seven will get some notice next …

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Weekly Reading #17

So this week was an interesting week of many different books. I started with Peter Robinson’s Children of the Revolution. Not my favorite Inspector Banks book but it was good. If you’ve read the others and enjoyed them, you’ll like this one. I felt it moved a bit slower and didn’t have as much suspense …

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Weekly Reading #16

This week was quite a range of different books. I started with I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou.  I hadn’t read it before. Disgraceful, I know! I remember getting the book on a number of occasions but something else always looked more interesting. The lyrical prose makes this a wonderful read. …

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Weekly Reading #15

So this week I spent a great deal of time finishing The Burglary, by Betty Medsger. This was a so so read for me. There were parts where I found myself riveted but other parts that really dragged. I think the parts that dragged where the sections where she gave a lot of background information …

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Weekly Reading #14

My reading this week feels a little thin. I started The Burglary which I’ll review next week and although it’s a good read and an important one, it’s slow going. I finished John Ajvide Lindqvist’s Let Me In. I still don’t quite get why he’s compared to Stephen King. King comes in loudly, stomping across …

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