Good morning and welcome to another episode of Saturday Reading Wrap-up, with your host, B.E. Sanderson.
Heh, feeling a little like John Houseman there for a moment... Anyway, let's get started.
I didn't pick up any new books this week, I still have two unread ebooks left from last year - a paranormal something and a suspense.
2) Peonies and Peril by Sue Hollowell (1/5/21) - Cozy Mystery*#. 3 stars. New to me and few reviews. Free off the Book Doggy newsletter.
No Review. In case you're new here, I don't review books unless I can give them at least 4 stars.
1) Wholesale Slaughter by Rick Partlow (1/4/21) - SF*# - 5 stars. New to me and while it has loads of ratings, it has less than 50 reviews, so it counts. Picked this up for free on Christmas Eve from ENT.
Review: "This is a fun book. People who like the technical side of SF will love this one. I really enjoyed the characters and the interactions between them, the interesting premise, the awesome plot, and the way the story moved along, sucking me in and keeping me reading. (Although it did make me stay up late to finish it and I was dragging the next day. Darn it.) Plus, good guys win and bad guys lose - an important point for any book I read."
Note: This one is on Audible.
1/5/21 - free. Cozy mystery. I read to 13% and it was all chick lit with no mystery, and it felt way too close to a chick lit movie I'd seen. Meh.
Currently reading... a compilation of Miss Marple complete novels. I skipped the first one because I read it not too long ago, but I think that's the only one in there I've read.
What's was on your reading list last week?