Hello again. Not many more of these reading wrap-ups for 2021. And then I'll do the big wrap-up. But until then, here's another one. Not an exciting one, but there it is...
No new books.
60) Nevada by Zane Grey (12/1/21) - Western# - 5 stars. Not new to me, but it doesn't have many reviews. I see that a lot in older, not well-known books. Picked this up for like 50c at the thrift store.
Review: "Another amazing book by Zane Grey."
Note: If you haven't read Zane Grey, his books are filled with heroic characters, thrilling plots, and sweeping descriptions that will make you feel like you're right there in the story. I started with Riders of the Purple Sage years ago. It's a pretty good one, but since then, I've read others I liked better. YMMV.
Currently reading... an old hardcover that used to be my daughter's, but she didn't want it anymore, so I kept it - Daughter of a Magnate by Frank H. Spearman. (Not the 1903 edition I've got as 'currently reading' on Goodreads, but they didn't have the edition I'm reading, it was the only hardcover listing, and I didn't feel like making a new book listing.)
I'm still 9 books behind on my goal. Unfortunately, I'm getting ready to start another round of edits using my Kindle, so using it for pleasure reading is temporarily stalled.
What's on your reading list for this week?