Wednesday, February 12, 2020
This book is filled with espionage, spies, and lots of codes. The book is action packed and has so much suspense it will have you on the edge of your seat. The narrator Jonathan Davis brings this story to life and puts you right in the middle, next to Reed. This is a wonderful book that brings that time period to the forefront and lets you see it through the eyes of people that where there when it happened what they were able to do about it.
Friday, February 7, 2020
The authors have done it, they have maintained if not exceeded the action and suspense level in this their third book in the series. If you are lucky enough to get the audio version narrated by the awesome R. C. Bray than you really are in for a treat as he can transport you into the story so you think you are right there with our friends ready to help. This is a series you need to put on your to do list.
Tuesday, February 4, 2020
This was a great book portraying the Korean lifestyle and pressures that go with it, as well as normal teenage life. I really liked this book a lot it had action and some huge twists, along with some very interesting characters. It is a book that will keep even reluctant reader reading, it is nice to see a diverse book in the middle grade category. A real Woke book.
18 Tiny Deaths: The Untold Story of Frances Glessner Lee and the Invention of Modern Forensics (ADULT)
This was a very interesting book it took me right back to my crime scene investigation class, where we still did crime scene mock ups. This book was well written and come at a time when woman are finally being credited with all the things they actually did back when it wasn't spoken of. It was a really good non-fiction book.