C. J. Tudor, Fiction, Reviews

Review: C.J. Tudor – The Chalk Man

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!

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Neal Ford, Non-Fiction, Patrick Kua, Rebecca Parsons, Reviews

Review: Neal Ford, Rebecca Parsons & Patrick Kua – Building Evolutionary Architectures

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.

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Fiction, Justin Cronin, Reviews, The Passage

Review: Justin Cronin – The Passage

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.

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Chronicles Of Jonathan Tibbs, Fiction, Reviews, T. Ellery Hodges

Review: T. Ellery Hodges – The Never Hero

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.

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2018, What I've read

What I’ve Read: February 2018

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.

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