The Cuckoo’s Calling Me

The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith was the first book I read in 2019. It actually took me a while to get into it; a bit of a slow burn from the beginning. However, once it got going I enjoyed unraveling the mystery. It took me a while, but Cormoran Strike has grown on me…

December 2019 To Be Read

We are more than a week into December, but I’m finally getting around to posting (well and writing!) my December TBR list. Like many book lovers, I have an obscene amount of unread books that I own; between Kindle, hard copy, and audio books – I’m currently sitting around owning 78 books that I still…

Watchers Me Walk Away

Kinda surprising I would get into a DNF book right away, but this was on top of my “to be reviewed” pile so here we are. Watchers by Dean Koontz – it’s a classic suspense novel that so many have read and loved. In fact it has 4.17 rating on Goodreads. My dear friend Paulette…

A “Fat”al Grace

I recently read A Fatal Grace by Louise Penny. My good friend Emily insisted I read the first in the Armand Gamache series, Still Life, back in October and I loved it. Then for my birthday in November, Emily gifted me this second book in the Gamache series, and I’m already looking forward to the…

The Hundred-Year-Old Man in Paris

Oh wait – no, that’s not it. The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared. That’s more like it! This little ditty by Jonas Jonasson was an absolute delight – and the experience of reading it was something of an adventure of itself. I picked up this book in March 2019 on a…