Hey, All. It's time again for another Reading Wrap-up. Woohoo.
I'm still reading books I have on the shelves rather than ones on my Kindle. I was doing a pretty good about not downloading anything new, too, until a certain someone sent me the link for a free ebook that sounded awesome, so I downloaded it. I also bought a bunch of books at the local thrift store. Mostly romances, but a couple NF (non-fiction).
Anyway, here's how my reading week shook out:
66) My Life Among the Serial Killers by Morrison and Goldberg (9/13/18) - NF- 4 stars.
Interesting. I picked this up strictly for research and it did it's job in that capacity."
65) Rascal by Sterling North (9/9/18) - Memoir - 5 stars. New to me, but not underappreciated since it was first written in the '60s. I've had this one one the shelf for years. Glad I finally sat down and read it.
nice, interesting true story about a boy and the year he spends raising
a raccoon during WWI. It has some funny scenes and some touching ones.
And it ends well. (No 'Old Yeller' ending. Thank goodness.) "
64) Secret of the Lost Race by Andre Norton (9/8/18) - SF - 4 stars. Neither new to me nor underappreciated. I've also had this on the shelf for years. I'm slowly making my way through all my unread Andre Nortons.
was a good story, but gah! it just... you know... ended. And with a
confusing paragraph. Maybe Ms. Norton intended to write more books in a
series with this world, but I'm showing this as a single title. Which is
sad. There should've been more."
I'm currently reading one of the romances I bought. It's set in Australia, which always was a favorite of mine when I was inhaling romances as a teen. Eh, it's brain candy, but I need that after reading about serial killers.
What about you? Read anything interesting this week? What's on the menu for the days ahead?