Look at that... a whole new month for reading. But let's finish up last month, first, shall we?
I didn't pick up any new books this week and I only have two unread ebooks left - romance and paranormal romance - so I better get on that this week. I'm 6 books ahead on my goal as of last night.
11) Legally Undead by Margo Bond Collins (1/31/20) - UF - 5 stars. New to me, but no necessarily underappreciated with over 100 reviews on Amazon. Picked up for free off the Freebooksy newsletter.
Review: "Wow! This is a pretty awesome urban fantasy with some seriously unexpected twists and turns."
Note: Available in audiobook.
10) The Integral Trees by Larry Niven (1/27/20) - SF - 5 stars. An old favorite I've been looking for in paperback for a while now. I finally found it at one of my go-to thrift stores for 25c.
checked this out from the library numerous times as a teenager, but
hadn't read it since. It's as good as I remembered. Better even, because
I understood more of the science behind it."
1/30/20 - Free - Mystery. The beginning was all backstory for the two main characters, neither of whom I liked, and I got tired of slogging through it to get the mystery started.
1/30/20 - Free - Medical Thriller. Too much description/explanation. If it's going to be a thriller, don't drag it down with heavy exposition. And the dialogue was wooden. If I hadn't been bogged down and it was thrilling, I probably wouldn't have notice the wooden dialogue so much.
Currently reading... I finished that urban fantasy at about 7:30 last night, so I didn't pick up anything to read yet.
What did you read last week?