As you may have noticed, I don't blog as much as I'd like to. Meaning that I seldom have time to write the detailed reviews that I used to. Instead, I'm going to try a two minute book review. I'll post the list of books I've read and one or two sentences about what I did or didn't like about them.
- Proven Guilty by Jim Butcher -- Totally love this series and how Butcher has raised the stakes through the nine titles.
- Whistling in the Dark by Lesley Kagen -- Very clever. The protag is 10 years old. I love her innocence and pointed view on her life.
- The Trail of the Jedi by Jude Watson -- For those who wondered how exactly that cute little boy becomes Darth Vadar, these novellas might fill in some of the blanks. Of course, they are geared to kids who are just starting to read chapter books. Great for for shared reading.
- Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, Bk. I) by Kelley Armstrong -- I won't be continuing this series. After reading three or four werewolf books, I've decided that they just are the sort of supernatural creature that I enjoy reading aobut.
- The Pardon by James Grippando -- Decent. A bit over the top at times but not a bad first effort. Promising enough that I've added the author to my list of books to continue following.
- White Night by Jim Butcher -- See above.
- Twilight by Stephanie Meyers -- Excellent writing, basic storyline. Word Nerd turned me on to this author and she really liked this one. It was good enough that I'll grab the next one, but not soon.
- Furies of Calderon by Jim Butcher -- the other series written by Butcher. Dresdyn files is better, but this is a completely different class. The POV jumped around too much for me. If I had read it in a couple of sittings, instead of over the course of the week, I would have followed it better.
- Heartsick by Chelsea Cain -- Creepy. Women serial killers are much scarier than their male counterparts.
- Drop Shot by Harlan Coben -- Again, decent for a first novel. I'll be grabbing the next one of these too.
- Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult -- I love, love, love Jodi Picoult. Enough said.
Please, drop me a comment and let me know if the two minute book review format worked for you. Or if it didn't, what didn't work.