I picked up three new ebooks this week, since I finished one I hadn't read yet on the 29th and DNF'd the last one on the 31st. The books I picked up were: suspense (which I also finished this week), paranormal mystery, and SF. No new hardcopies.
31) Web of Lies by Sally Rigby (6/3/22) - Suspense* - 5 stars. New to me but not underappreciated. Free off the Book Gorilla newsletter.
Review: "Excellent read! I enjoyed the characters and the plot of this one immensely."
Available in audio.
30) Unlucky Charm by Kimberly Gordon (5/29/22) - UF* - 5 stars. New to me but not underappreciated. Free off the Freebooksy newsletter.
Review: "Exciting, fast-paced plot, populated with interesting and likable characters. There was a lot going on from the start that kept me on the edge of my seat, and I discovered why at the end. This is more like a 'Part One' than a whole, standalone book. Nothing was resolved. Just more questions. I still gave it five stars, though, because it's a helluva read. Just be prepared to want any other books she's got in this series as soon as you finish this one.
Oops, bought the book and wrote the above before I caught on that this is a PREQUEL. My review still stands, though."
5/31/22 - free - cozy mystery. Meh. I think the author was trying to pack too much into the MCs backstory and then overloading the beginning with it. Major info dump. Bleh.
Currently reading... Since I finished that suspense last night about 8, I didn't have time to start a new book. Maybe I'll pick up a hardcopy next and give my Kindle the day off.
What was on your reading lists this past week?