Weekly Reading #13

I spent a great deal of time reading some short books that came in a .99 cent bundle. Mostly health related. Nothing in there was so wonderful that I felt like finding the actual title and reviewing it, sadly. I finished with that and read The Cold Nowhere by Brian Freemann. I liked that book. …

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Weekly Reading #11

I started out this week with James Grippando’s book Intent to Kill. Just okay for me. I like him well enough to keep reading and for when I don’t have anything else but I don’t find his characters engaging. Then I moved onto Douglass Preston’s Kraken Project. I should have stuck with Grippando, who while …

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Weekly Reading #10

Dreamwalker by C.S. Friedman was a fun romp through some contemporary fantasy. Our main character is sort of a changling but she’s from a different world, or shall I say parallel universe where things work differently. She’s being hunted for her potential talents. The book’s pacing was good. ┬áLike many people I found the main …

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Weekly Reading #9

This week was a good mystery week. I devoured to Martin Walker books, Black Diamond and the Resistance Man. Both were wonderful and I couldn’t put them down, hence the comment about devouring the books. I love the characters here and reading about the world that Bruno inhabits. I also find some of his abilities …

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