And here we are again. Getting pretty close to the end of another year and another big yearly wrap-up. For now, though, let's just get to what happened in my reading week.
No new books this week. I still have four unread ebooks to tackle and a boatload of hardcopies.
84) A Case of Need by Michael Crichton (Jeffery Hudson) (12/17/20) - Medical Suspense. 5 stars. Not new to me or underappreciated. I picked this one up back in February from one of the local thrift stores for 50c.
83) The Conspiracy (DC Jake Tanner #1) by Jack Probyn (12/13/20) - Suspense*#. 5 stars. New to me and while it has plenty of ratings, it's kind of lacking in the review department. Got this off the Book Adrenaline newsletter.
Review: "Amazon has all the episodes as one book, so this is a review of that. (Same ASIN#.)
Thrilling story with lots of twists and turns. Definitely a roller coaster ride."
Note: Goodreads has the book as separate installments instead of one whole book, which is why the review says what it says. And perhaps why there are so few reviews. It was kind of confusing.
No DNFs this week.
Currently reading... a cute little romance.
What were you reading last week? What are you looking forward to reading this week? Is Santa bringing you books for Christmas?
Note: I upped the number of books in my reading goal to 90 this morning, since I'm already halfway through #85.