Weekly Reading #26

I started out with Michael Koryta’s The Ridge. While I liked the supernatural elements, I had to stop. I just can’t read about cats, even big cats, getting killed. I stopped before I could get too upset. I moved onto The Prophet, by the same author, because apparently I have no so such trouble reading …

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Weekly Reading #25

So this last week got a little more back to normal. We had power starting early Monday morning. Of course, I had gone out and purchased a book called Unspeakable by Kevin O’Brien. I hadn’t read anything else by this author so it was a nice introduction. It was kind of a thriller and seemed …

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Weekly Reading #24

This last week was one of those weeks were I started a lot of books but didn’t finish them, largely because they just weren’t to my taste. I tried the Karin Slaughter book, Cop Town, but I found her male characters were far too misogynistic for my taste. While the setting may have called for …

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Weekly Reading #23

This week I once again bounced over to all kindle books. There were some I found at a low price and started reading. The first was the Atlantis Gene by A.G. Riddle. I quite enjoyed the story and when the end was something of a cliff hanger, I quickly purchased the next book,┬áThe Atlantis Plague. …

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Weekly Reading #22

There’s nothing like finishing some young adult fun fiction and moving right along into classic adult fiction. Somewhere along the line I missed reading Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle. Definitely worth reading. It’s also definitely depressing. By today’s standards, we’d think the disasters that befall our hero to be overdone. Some were even expected by the …

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