A mystery thriller with suspense. I can always in get in the mood for that. After a period of book-silence, I managed to finish this one in a day. Thank you, trains! So, what is The Chalk Man about? And is it any good? Let’s find out!
As much as I love fiction, I also like to master new skills for my profession. This means I also read a lot software-related non-fiction books. Building Evolutionary Architectures is one I thought I should read. Because it’s about architectures, evolutionary ones even so. It’s been too long since I’ve read a good book about the topic. Here’s what I thought of the book.
Sorry for me not blogging a lot recently. Things have happened. Anyway, I’ve managed to finally finish another book. It has been a while. It’s been a long book as well. Who knew. I came by Justin Cronin’s The Passage series after a tweet from Stephen King. He recommended the third instalment. That was interesting. Thought I’d not skip books one and two, and picked up The Passage. Here’s my review.
I’m not having a terrific week. I didn’t have much to blog about either. Well, here’s something that was bound to happen: I’m changing my theme! The theme for winter was books with a blue cover. With spring on the way, it’s time for a new theme. And I want to inform you that I’ve chosen for…
It has been a long time since I’ve read a deep space book. What’s a deep space book, you say? A story that happens in space, but not close to us. Like Vanguard. Or Hyperion, which I liked very much. I thought it was time to have another look at this kind of books. Why? More on that soon…
Anyway, I’ve read Vanguard. Here’s my review!
I am a sucker for heroes. If you didn’t know it yet, you do now. I really like a good superhero story. It’s why I’m a giant Marvel fan and why I still like comics a lot. I’ve read a lot of great superhero books over the years. Some lesser works have also passed through my hands.
I found The Never Hero a while back. A friend of mine had read it and liked it. I decided to give it a try.
Another month passed. Another pile of books read. February was very excited. There was suspense, a cool trilogy ending and a new future in writing. I’m still blogging a lot too, although my series of blogposts with reading help is done.
March is gonna be big. I can feel it. The sky is the limit. But can it be better than the 10 books I read in February? Here’s a small overview of those books anyway.