April, 2022



April 5th, 2022, 4:54 p.m. - Messy but still good

15. Never Saw Me Coming (Vera Kurian)
A clever twist on a typical murder mystery. Kurian is a great writer, and I think most of the problems would have been fixed with more attentive editing. There was too much going on.

Up next: The Paradox Hotel (Rob Hart)


April 11th, 2022, 5:07 p.m. - I would read a whole series like this

16. The Paradox Hotel (Rob Hart)
I read the second half all in one day because I had to know what happened. I keep looking forward to going back to it, then sadly remembering that I finished it. Should have bought a copy so I can read it again sometime.

Up next: Survive the Night (Riley Sager)


April 17th, 2022, 2:53 p.m. - Things took a detour

17. Survive the Night (Riley Sager)
This didn't feel like a Riley Sager book (not a complaint). It reminded me of No Exit. Excellent pacing and plotting. The only problem was the killer was pretty obvious just because there were no other possibilities left.

Up next: Interior Chinatown (Charles Yu)


April 23rd, 2022, 2:48 p.m. - "Why do we keep falling out of the story?"

18. Interior Chinatown (Charles Yu)
I took a reading seminar in college where we basically read books and discussed them. This could have taken up a whole semester. It's so layered and has so many meanings.

Up next: Well, This Is Exhausting (Sophia Benoit)



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