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April 2021: Books I Read Last Month

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Written by Graeme

I’m a little bit late this month – but time to look at what I read in the month of March, 2021.

The Ignored by Bentley Little: One of his best. Quite different from his other novels. I think that helped – a fresh perspective. This is one that a lot of people list as their best and I see why. Super good one. Might be his best.

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline: I’ve already read this one but prior to reading Ready Player Two I wanted to read through it again. This was jsut as fun reading it as I experienced the first time. Book gets a lot of hate these days and I’m not sure why – really enjoyed it.

Win by Harlan Coben: Interesting one. I wasn’t sure how this book would work. Love Win as a secondary character, wasn’t sure how he would work as the primary character. I must admit he’s not a very likeable character when he is the primary protagonist. Just the thoughts going through his head etc. Despite that, this was one of Coben’s best mysteries and the story itself hooked me. So I overall enjoyed it and it was good to see Coben back on the top of his game after a few weak outings.

Flat Spin by David Freed: I listened to this one. For the best. It was an enjoyable enough book – not something I am rushing out to read the sequel on but will check it out at some point. It had a lot of humour in it that honestly I think reading it might fall flat – but the narrator made it work. I enjoyed it.

Before She Knew Him by Peter Swanson: I listened to this one too. First time reading Swanson. Absolutely loved it. Very solid standalone thriller. It also made me realize that the best books to listen to – for me anyway – are these sort of standalone thrillers. Looking forward to listening to more and I am going to go through every book Swanson has written first.

Relentless by Mark Greaney: Another excellent outing in the Gray Man series. Starts off almost a bit confusing with so many different storylines and things taking place but they all come together. Usual great stuff.

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