I’ve read some Dean Koontz books before and I’ve always thought he was a good writer. They weren’t the best books I’ve read, but still pretty good. Then I found out his latest book was published in June. Since I’m on a reading spree, I thought this would be an added value to my list!
“Those who were truly untrackable and yet remained able by various means to use the Internet undetected were said to be “in the silent corner.”
Yesterday, I was able to continue doing what has been on my mind for quite some time now. Instead of reading parts of a series spread out, when I want to, I’m now trying to read it sooner. That way I get the full experience of the series.
For that reason, I read The Program. It’s the second book in the Tim Rackley series I started reading a while ago. As I already pointed out, this series seems to lay out the foundation for Hurwitz’ Orphan X series. Which is fantastic, by the way. But now, are you ready? To… GET WITH THE PROGRAM.
I’m just kidding. I got no program for you. What I do have is a review!
“Scott Meyer released his fourth Magic 2.0 book in May! How did I not know this?” That’s what I was wondering in July, when I added Fight and Flight to my list of books. Of course, I had to read it.
Have you not read – or listened actually, because it’s only released as an audiobook – the book? Then you might want to wait with reading this review. There is a spoiler coming up.
A while back, I stumbled on a list of superhero books on Goodreads. I don’t remember which list exactly, but Please Don’t Tell My Parents I’m a Supervillain was on it. And as I’m a big superheroes and supervillains fan… Well, it was kind of obvious that I would read this book. Here’s my review!
“What kind of supervillains would we be if we didn’t keep up the drama?”
After reading Orphan X and The Nowhere Man from Gregg Hurwitz, I decided to look at other series he’s written. And so I came along the Tim Rackley series. Now, I’ve always liked the books from Hurwitz. Even before I read his amazing Orphan X series. Here’s my review of The Kill Clause.
After Michael Crichton passed away in 2008, they found some manuscripts and unfinished books. One of these was Micro, and Richard Preston was chosen to finish it. I am so glad he did. I found out the book doesn’t get real good ratings, so I was curious. I mean, come on. This was a Crichton book (partially). Here’s what I think about it.
It is done. End of Watch. The final book of the Bill Hodges trilogy. I read it. What happened to the characters of Mr. Mercedes and Finders Keepers? I was curious too. What was up with Brady Hartsfield? I was curious to find out. Want to know what I think of the book?
“Payback is a bitch, and the bitch is back.” — Stephen King