I enjoyed Sara Paretsky’s Fallout. I could relate to the environment she created in this story. The characters and the town seemed familiar.
I selected Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged as my April book review. The story set during the American industrial age draws direct parallels to current events.
Somehow, mystery and crime thrillers seem to be my theme for 2022. I bought a copy of A.J. Rivers The Girl in Cabin 13 for my new Kindle.
I started my reading in 2022 with Allen Eskens’ The Life We Bury. I pulled this book from my secret stash under the stairs. I have a collection I keep hidden from Rooster.
The story of William Shakespeare’s story of King Lear is told in this small book. Therefore, A Book Review of Edward St. Aubyn’s Dunbar is in order.
I recently dusted it off and started reading. I am so glad I did. My November book review will be Christina Baker Kline’s Orphan Train.
For October, I decided to review Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep. It took me a long time to read this sequel to The Shining.
That is why I chose Still Me for my June book review. I found this story a wonderful addition to the two that came before in the series.
I love finding odd books on the shelves of used bookstores. I often pick them up based on their strange titles or book covers. The Fairytale Chicago of Francesca Finnegan delivered both.
Rob brought us both presents back from South Carolina. My gift is an autographed copy of Bill Noel’s Folly (a book review).