I’ve read some good things about The Woman in the Window. So I put it on my to-read list. The problem I have is there is too much on it. And so I postponed. And postponed. Until last week I decided to read it. Here’s my review on the first book of A.J. Finn.
Books that talk about innovation and have a title like this one, spark my interest. Also, it’s written by a guy who used to be a magician. Definitely. Worth. Reading. Here’s my review of F.I.R.E.: How Fast, Inexpensive, Restrained and Elegant Methods Ignite Innovation.
“10 to 1 is a good return. It’s even better if the 10 includes a trip to Mars.” – Dan Ward
I saw Luke Hohmann give a keynote in Scotland last year. What he said triggered a lot of things in my head. I already knew he had written a book and I was already a fan of it, but I hadn’t really taken the time to read it. Mostly, I used his games from materials I found online. Time to do what I do best, I thought. I read the book!
As a kid, I was a huge fan of Starship Troopers. I liked the animated series as well as the movie they created. Although if I look at it today, the movie would probably not mean much to me. Anyway, I found out that it was based on a book. Duh. And then I did what I do best. I read it.
March has not been the month I hoped it would be. There was a week of stomach flu and quite some stress at work. I can’t believe I said March would be big. In the end, I only finished 8 books. Oh well. Better luck in April?
Here’s an overview of the books I read in March. My average score wasn’t too high.
Out in cinemas: Red Sparrow. Based on the bestselling book with the same name. Sounds like music to the book-loving ears, right? My thoughts exactly! So I added the book to my list and picked it up. Here’s my review.