Adventure

The Raid (Ryan Decker #2) by Steven Konkoly

Thom Rivera (Narrator) I read and reviewed the last book by the author: The Rescue. This book picks up almost seamlessly from the previous. It felt like a quicker read/listen as well since I was now familiar with the tactics and the team dynamics of the people involved. Ryan Decker and his partner have been given… Continue reading The Raid (Ryan Decker #2) by Steven Konkoly

Adventure, Fantasy, Uncategorized

The Alloy of Law (Mistborn: The Alloy Era #1) by Brandon Sanderson

I reviewed the first series of this world on the blog before:     This book is set many centuries after the first series, and I did not directly jump into it because the reviews were lukewarm in comparison, and I had other ending things to get to. I feel like kicking myself for the… Continue reading The Alloy of Law (Mistborn: The Alloy Era #1) by Brandon Sanderson

Adventure, Sci Fi

The Fated Sky (Lady Astronaut #2) by Mary Robinette Kowal

I reviewed the previous book on this log quite recently: I usually get to sequels a little late because of how I get my hands on books like this, but my library obligingly had both books available so I could get to the second with the first relatively fresh in my mind. In this second… Continue reading The Fated Sky (Lady Astronaut #2) by Mary Robinette Kowal

Adventure, Thriller

A Merciful Promise (Mercy Kilpatrick #6) by Kendra Elliot

I read/listened to quite a few books in August but lacked the will to churn out reviews for them, and I kept adding to the list till I got a headache. I finally hit pause, and decided to first write out the pending reviews, schedule them out in some form with a semblance of relevance… Continue reading A Merciful Promise (Mercy Kilpatrick #6) by Kendra Elliot

Adventure, Mystery

Death on a Quiet Day (Sir John Appleby #16) by Michael Innes

This book is yet another one which I can add to #BritishCrimeClassicsChallenge you can see Rekha's review for more glowing praise. I only quite recently realised how deficit my knowledge of old classic crime novels or even authors was (as anyone following my reviews could attest). I am slowly working my way through (my) unknowns to identify if… Continue reading Death on a Quiet Day (Sir John Appleby #16) by Michael Innes