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February 2022: Books I Read Last Month

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Written by Graeme

Well this is going to be quite a short update.

I’m not sure what happened, but I did not really read AT ALL in January.

Not really sure why – usually I am sneaking little bits of reading in throughout the day, as well as big reading sessions.

Yet I just didn’t do that at all this month.

I read exactly one and a half books.

First up was Black Light by Stephen Hunter. The second in the Bob Lee Swagger trilogy.

It was just as good as I remembered and this is probably the 7th time I have read that book.

I then started Time to Hunt and I don’t know why but I’m not flying through it. It’s a very enjoyable book as well but it just feels like it is taking forever.

Even audiobook wise, it’s very weak. I’ve been listening to Survive the Night by Riley Sager.

I am at a bit in it where ugh – not sure I can continue. There are good parts to it but also bad parts, and the protaganist is just making stupid decisions and it’s getting frustrating. It also doesn’t help that it’s a man writing as a woman. That always concerns me because I don’t like it when a weak female protagonist is written by a man.

Anyway I am probably going to suck it up and finish it off but I am not sure I will read any more by him.

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3 Responses to “February 2022: Books I Read Last Month”

  1. Joyce: 2 years ago

    If you don’t read Jonathon Kellerman, you’re missing a great writer, especially his Alex Delaware series.

  2. Kevin Schuck: 2 years ago

    I’ve read 27 books so far this year, 18 have been David Baldacci.

  3. Rob in Germany: 2 years ago

    Do reviews & ratings impact whether you purchase a book or not?

    Yes but only in the number, if a book has at least 500 ratings it’s probably worth reading, at least for a new author.

    The other thing is my wife and I have gotten big time into audio books. Just finished Bosch book 1 read by Titus Welliver, fantastic hearing the actors voice, really brought the book alive. It¡s an older book so it Was a blast hearing about cassette tapes, pay phones, beepers etc, brought back many memories.

    Currently listening to Congo by Michael Crichton.

    Next on the list is Lucile Ball autobiography read by her daughter.


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