Like you, I looked up book reviews on Amazon and other places about the 4th and 5th books when I was about done with the 3rd book. Becaues I am so hooked, I bought the 4th book despite the poorer reviews. So far so good. I read while I cook supper, eat (if I'm alone) and then when I'm done for the night. I am disappointed it is going to be 7 total books before the series ends and I (as dear reader) want some wrongs righted and some justice served NOW!! But that is not to be, I guess.
I don't think you will be disapponted.
Currently reading :
Lockdown: Escape From Furnace by Alexander Gordon Smith (the rest of the books in there series are next in line)
Divergent by Veronika Roth
The Hunger Games Trilogy
One Step Behind : a Kurt Wallander mystery/ by Henning Mankell
Love the Wallander series. I know lots of readers call his books "dark," but I do not see "dark" ----just mysterious.
This has been a busy month for me and I've hardly had time to sit down in front of a computer screen for longer than a few minutes, but I've had great luck with my reading material.
I've taken a break from reading mystery books and turned to cookbooks and books about diet, health, sustaninable agricaulture and organic farming.
Since my last post I've finished Blood Hollow and Mercy Falls by William Kent Kreurger and The Innocent by Taylor Stevens in audio.
In print and Kindle, I've finished The Feast Nearby by Robin Mathe and, Still Life with Chickens by Catherine Goldhammer.
Currently reading The Seasons on Henry's Farm by Terria Brockman on my Kindle.
Snow Falling on Cedars~David Guterson (intermittantly)
L is for Lawless~Sue Grafton
The Glass Castle~Jeanette Walls
The Frumkiss Family Buisness~Michael Wex (hilarious and exremely engaging right from the first page! Which is why I am so intermittant with the others!!)
Tigers Wife~Tea Obreht: Also very good,I will get back to this one afyter the Frumkiss's!)
Next: The Razors Edge~W. Somerset Maugham: just bought this today with a collection of modern Gothics stories,looking forward to these two!
Also going to look for How to Read like a Professor (don't recall the author's name) started to read this and liked the points he was making so want to find it again! Anybody heard of this book?
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