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.
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.
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.
Wow people, I’m not having a great time. The stomach flu and I have acquainted. We do not get along very well.
That said, I managed to finish a book today. Between resting, trying to work which failed and led me back to my bed, I finally got to read a bit.
A while ago, I went to a book festival where I bought some cheap books that I really want to read. One of them was a Dutch translation of Blockade Billy.
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!
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.
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!