My goal this month was to read five books and, lo and behold, as if this is a big surprise, I made it.
The five books were:
- The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest by Stieg Larsson
- Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
- Purple Jesus by Ron Cooper
- What’s The Worst That Could Happen? by Donald E. Westlake
- Between A Wok And A Hard Place by Tamar Myers
The first two were the end of trilogies; the last two, continuation of a series; and the third, a stand-alone novel by an independent author. The Ron Cooper novel also was an advanced reader’s copy to which I invited to read by J.C. Montgomery of The Biblio Blogazine in a Goodreads discussion group. I’ve finished the book, but the discussion group is still going, so I’m holding off on the review, possibly next week.
The last one was a part of the Pennsylvania-Dutch Mystery with Recipes series by Tamar Myers, and was one of several a patron at the library where I work donated for our library book sale, but said I could read first if I wanted. I mentioned to her in passing that I enjoyed this series by Myers, and then a few weeks later, she brought in almost all of the series, excluding a few of the last ones.
Tomorrow, I give a review of my most popular posts this month, not that I had much from which to choose, with only 16 posts, but I’ll still give you a review.