Sorry... woke up late and realized I hadn't set up my post for this morning... Here goes...
I didn't get any new books this week. I still have four unread ebooks left and a house full of hardcopies I could read. Although, I am jones'n to pick up some old paperbacks. It's an addiction.
17) Rebel Tribe by Ramy Vance / Michael Anderle (3/27/22) - SF*# - 5 stars. New to me and underappreciated. Free off the ENT newsletter.
Review: "Enthralling story with an interesting and different premise. Plus, I loved the characters. Jaeger and Toner were the stars, of course, but Occy was an unexpected favorite. Great book and loads of fun!"
16) The Redemption Man by James Carver (3/25/22) - Suspense*# - 5 stars. New to me and underappreciated. Free off the ENT newsletter.
Review: "Interesting and thrilling suspense with the kind of hard-hitting hero I appreciate. It took a little supernatural bent there toward the end, which I assume is a lead-in for subsequent novels. I didn't expect it, but it was okay. All in all, an enjoyable read. Good guys win, bad guys lose. It's all good."
Currently reading... The Three Musketeers. I've never read this classic before, so I figured it was about time. It's slow going, but it's enjoyable.
What was on your reading list this week?