Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week.
September 14: Books With Numbers In the title.
If you read Sunday’s post, you know I liked Ready Player Two by Ernest Cline.
My first read of Lee Child, and I have to say my most favourite of his.
It’s a pretty good thriller. In a way, it mirrors the ongoing war that returned with the Taliban.
Apart from enjoying Alex Cross’s way of thinking, I like the family dynamic, especially the grandma and her wisdom.
For some reason, I thought that Malibu Raising is similar to Daisy Jones & The Six, but apart from them being by the same author and Historical Fiction, that isn’t the case.
1st to Die is the first novel in the Women’s Murder Club Series, and I read 12 books out of the 20 from the series. It is a series by James Patterson and Co-authors. When I have some time, I will look up the rest and read them.
Denied by Jodi Ellen Malpas is the second book in the One Night Series and the only book I read from this series. I didn’t really like it, so that I won’t continue with the series. I know it’s technically cheating, but oh well.
As rare as it is for me, I can’t remember what Two Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch #20) by Michael Connelly is about. My guess is that I felt that it was decent at the time since I gave it three stars.
The kind of book that I feel is a diamond in the rough that I found by chance, and it’s about conjoint twins and written in verse.
One with You by Sylvia Day is the fifth book, and I think last in the Crossfire series. I have to say that this is the only Erotica series I like so far.