marny_h96: (reading potato chip)
Books I've read:

1. Indelible by Karin Slaughter

2. The Private Patient by P. D. James

3. Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel

4. The Tarnished Chalice by Susanna Gregory

I've tried writing reviews for the books but after staring at a blank page for quite some time, I gave up. But if anyone has questions about any of the books, leave a comment.
marny_h96: (eatsleepread)
Title: Die Roemer in Germanien (The Romans in Germania)
Author: Reinhard Wolters
Number of Pages: 127 pages
Book Number/Goal: 54/75
My Rating: 3.5/5

Review )

Title: Der Limes (The Limes Germanicus)
Author: Egon Schallmayer
Number of Pages: 136 pages
Book Number/Goal: 55/75
My Rating: 3.5/5

Review )

Title: Written in Bone
Author: Simon Beckett
Number of Pages: 496 pages
Book Number/Goal: 56/75
My Rating: 4/5

Review )

Title: The Source
Author: Michael Cordy
Number of Pages: 364 pages
Book Number/Goal: 57/75
My Rating: 2.75/5

Review )
marny_h96: (eatsleepread)
Title: Founding Mothers – The Women Who Raised Our Nation
Author: Cokie Roberts
Number of Pages: 384 pages
Book Number/Goal: 53/75
My Rating: 3.5/5

Review: Founding Mothers is about the mothers, wifes and sisters of the Founding Fathers and their contribution to the founding of the United States of America.

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marny_h96: (read)
Title: Cabinet of Curiosities
Author: Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child
Number of Pages: 574 pages
Book Number/Goal: 52/75
My Rating: 4/5

Review: During the construction of an apartment building in New York City the remains of an earlier building are found – together with 36 bodies. The bodies seem to be the victims of a 19th century serial killer and attract the attention of FBI agent Pendergast. Pendergast convinces Nora Kelly, an archaeologist working for the Museum of Natural History, to help him with his investigations. Soon enough, more bodies are found and it looks like a copycat killer is at work.

I've read 'Still Life with Crows' earlier this year and never really got into the story which also featured FBI agent Pendergast. I'm glad, though, that I decided to pick up 'Cabinet of Curiosities' at the library because I really enjoyed the story and the characters, especially agent Pendergast. He's very eccentric and reminds me a bit of Sherlock Holmes. All in all, a very enjoyable read.
marny_h96: (read)
Title: Rage
Author: Jonathan Kellerman
Number of Pages: 384 pages
Book Number/Goal: 37/75
My Rating: 3/5

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Title: Lincoln – A Very Short Introduction
Author: Alan Guelzo
Number of Pages: 160 pages
Book Number/Goal: 38/75
My Rating: 4.5/5

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marny_h96: (read)
Title: Gone
Author: Jonathan Kellerman
Number of Pages: 384 pages
Book Number/Goal: 36/75
My Rating: 4/5

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