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February 2023: Books I Read Last Month

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Written by Graeme

Ah I am sorry but my reading continues to be rather disappointing.

I mentioned last month when I read just three books that our new website, Book Notification was keeping me busy.

Well it has been a massive success in terms of users since launching on January 1st. And I mean that is great and all, but oh man so much work!

We’ve added over 4,000 new authors to the site just in the month of January alone due to requests etc.

So my reading unfortunately is quite disappointing again this month. Here’s what I read:

Never Lie by Freida McFadden:I’d never read any books by Freida before but heard a lot about her. I was conflicted in this one. It was about a newly wed couple who get stuck in a remote house that they were viewing for the night. But it doesn’t seem they are alone. This was great in regard to twists and turns and all that – but when you’re done and start analyzing the book, you start noticing the cracks in the wallpaper so to speak. If you switch your brain off – as I am able to do – it’s worth the read.

Desert Star by Michael Connelly: This is a Bosch & Ballard novel. Funny as it was the first Bosch book I have read since I binged the TV show. It was really, really weird as after over 30 books picturing Harry as someone else, I pictured him as the actor Titus. Really felt like Connelly writes with Titus in mind too. I really enjoyed this one and if you read it? Well quite the interesting ending. Going to be interesting to see where things go next for Harry.

Tuned Out by Keith A. Pearson: This is a standalone novel. Time travel is an aspect of it. Basically the protagonist travels back in time then gets stuck there. I don’t want to say too much about the book due to spoilers but it was really good. Also if you are going to read it,

MOX by Jon Moxley: An autobiography by the All Elite Wrestling star. I’m listening to this one, and I am really glad that I am because he records it himself, and it’s like he is telling you stories over a table at the bar. Or in his case after rehab, at a coffee shop. The book itself is a bit disjointed and I think if I was reading it, I really wouldn’t enjoy it as much. I only have a couple of hours left of listening. I’d say if you are a wrestling fan, it’s worth getting but only to listen to.

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One Response to “February 2023: Books I Read Last Month”

  1. Judith Babbitt: 1 year ago

    I just finished the book thief by Markus Zusak. I would highly recommend this book. The novel is set in Nazi Germany during the 40s. It gives you a different perspective of life in Germany dur World War II. The story tells you what life was like for the Jews and the regular people of Germany. I felt appreciation for my life in a country that you do not live in fear of a war.


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