I am reading The Asylum series by Jocelynn Drake at the moment. The series is only two shorts and two regular novels so far and I'm about to start the second long novel. Can't wait for more. It sort of reminds me of the Harry Dresden books.
I just put Litter of the Law on my reading list as my next book to be shipped from my club. And I decide to read the Jane True series by Nicole Peeler. The first book is only fair so far but I'm not that far into it. Since these are library reads it won't be a big deal if they are not stellar. I hope it picks up, though.
Well, it's been a few months, so what are you guys reading? I recently read the Divergent trilogy. Good but not Hunger Games good.
I just finished The Book Thief last night. A friend told me I had to read this book. I understand why she told me I had to now. Wow, what a story. I felt rage, grief, joy, and just about every other emotion a human can feel. It is a powerful story.
When I've recovered from The Book Thief, I've got Kim Harrison's The Undead Pool, Lisa Gardner's Fear Nothing, and Rita Mae Brown's The Litter of the Law waiting on me. I'll be ordering the new Patricia Briggs book soon.
Also waiting on me is Tracy Chevalier's The Runaway. I don't know when I'll get to that. I love her books but they always leave me wiped out emotionally.
So, what have you guys been reading and what do you have planned?
All right peeps, what are we reading now? I finally got around to reading Litter of the Law, Judy. I enjoyed it. I still have some of the books I mentioned before waiting on me. I've been busy with my mother. She had hip replacement surgery on April 3rd. What I have managed to read has mostly been Lisa Gardner stand alone books. I just started her older series. I'm on the second book, The Third Victim. I did try another writer in the same genre, Alan Jacobson. I read the first book in his series and decided he couldn't write worth a flip. Oh well. Anyone read Iris Johansen? If so, is she any good?
Moraine, Joe Nesbo's series take place in Oslo (just skip the unpronounceable words) and are about an alcoholic police inspector. He get callled in for everything they can't solve no matter how badly he behaves.
My 2nd Kindle, an 8.9" Kindle Fire HDX arrived a few days ago. I love it!!
I have only bought a few books in the past 4 years I have owned the Kindle. I borrow e-books from the local library. You can have them for 3 weeks which is more than enough for me since i am a fast reader. Since i rarely read a book twice, borrowing makes sense to me. If you haven't already done so, look into borrowing from your library. There a thousands of books for you to choose from. If the one you want isn't available right now, put it on a wait list. Our library even holds free classes for you to learn to use your Kindle to its fullest potential. As a frequent cruiser, this beats dragging a bag of books and taking up valuable space in my suitcase.
By the way, i am not a librarian nor associated with Amazon, i just love to read!
Trip, no way are they letting the new best sellers on that service. Too bad. There are plenty of older books that I've not read that I would like to read but I'm afraid that there will only be a few of the "good" ones ones there that I've already read and loads of the really super cheap ones from writes no one has heard from.
I just finished the last book in The Asylum series by Jocelynn Drake. I was so disappointed. The series was great right up until she left us all hanging.
I've got a lot of new books lately or have them ordered. I do a mix of kindle, library, and hardback and paperback. My daughter will be leaving this weekend to go back to college. It's going to be difficult to pick out a new book to read then. lol.