Hello again. Welcome to the Saturday Reading Wrap-up, where I talk about the readerly things I've done this week and then you can talk about yours, too.
I picked up three new ebooks this week, which was good because after the DNF stream, I was down to only one previously downloaded, unread ebook last night. The one is a fantasy. The others are a paranormal mystery, a paranormal something, and a suspense.
43) Sins of the Fathers by SW Frontz (7/31/22) - Suspense*# - 3 stars. New to me with few reviews.
No review from me either and I don't really think you need to know where I found it. If you haven't been here before, I don't review books with less than 4 stars. Most of the time I don't finish a book if I don't think I can give it at least 4 stars. This one wouldn't even be here, except I did finish it and it counted toward my Goodreads goal, so here it is.
8/5/22 - free - suspense. I felt like it was going to be pretty good. The writing was solid and the MC was likable, but it had several plot lines running concurrently, and every time I started to get into one, it would switch to another. Maybe if they'd stuck with one or even two I could've kept it straight. :shrug: I don't have the brain power to juggle that many threads at once right now.
8/4/22 - free - UF. Eh. The heroine seemed too stupid to live.
7/31/22 - free - UF. First person, present tense - for one thing. I was soldiering through that when the MC said something I found super insulting and not wishing to encounter further crap, I swiped to the end and closed the book. Ain't got time for that shit. Thanks for playing, but EHNT wrong answer. Next contestant please.
Currently reading... after I DNF'd that suspense last night, I was too tired to start anything else and On Patrol, Live was on. We'll see what today brings.
What was on your reading list last week?