Bahamas, on 15 April 2021 - 10:04 PM, said:
Rhyta, on 15 April 2021 - 09:51 PM, said:
Bahamas, on 15 April 2021 - 09:06 PM, said:
David Baldacci, Split Second.
I am not a mystery/detective reader, by any shot. But I read Split Second, and now want to keep reading more.
The writing is great (45 languages?) and didn't notice any typos in a rather long first book.
Now starting Hour Game, two ex Secret Agents take on the world! And want to start their own agency? Cormoran Strike - look out!
Very well written, if not my go-to style of book.
He's got a long list of books, was very popular at the library where I worked. He's a type like Cormoran (haven't read the new one yet) but I bet you will like it.
Yes, I never knew a single thing about him. So many authors?!
But maybe I am starting to read less seriously, more entertainly (not a word, but should be?)
I didn't know a lot about certain authors until I started working at the library. When people ask for a certain author or say I finished this series, they want you to recommend something new for them. I really enjoyed that because I learned so much about all kinds of genres I really never read before. Now that I am retired, I do miss that part of it, keeping up on who has a new book coming out and other trivia. Goodreads helps me a bit too. I find I am falling back on certain genres now that I am not so involved in keeping up with the trends.
Edited by Rhyta, 17 April 2021 - 12:52 AM.