September, 2022

September 9th, 2022, 4:51 p.m. - One more thing

38. Girl, Forgotten (Karin Slaughter)
I didn't know Slaughter had written a sequel to Pieces of Her, but I'm glad she did. I'd welcome a whole series about Andrea Oliver. This was almost perfectly paced, and the mysteries were twisty enough to be difficult to solve. P.S. I loved the running joke of people congratulating Andrea on her engagement because Mike told everyone they were together.

Up next: The Nineties (Chuck Klosterman)

September 18th, 2022, 2:24 p.m. - Fittingly, it sometimes felt like it was taking a full decade to read a book that covers a full decade

39. The Nineties (Chuck Klosterman)
I'm not sure what Klosterman was aiming to accomplish here, other than, "Here's a bunch of stuff that happened 30 years ago." And...? What are we supposed to take away from this?

Up next: We Could Be Heroes (Mike Chen)

September 25th, 2022, 2:05 p.m. - "Extraordinary comes in many forms"

40. We Could Be Heroes (Mike Chen)
This was really fun! I would love a sequel. Or a prequel. Heck, give me a whole series about Jamie and Zoe.

Up next: How to Be Eaten (Maria Adelmann)

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