The last time I blogged it was 100 books read in 2020. I read a total of 120 so here is the rest of the books I read.
Top to bottom, honorable mentions :)
"A Time for Mercy" and "The Law of Innocence" are by two of my favorite authors. Not to be let down both books were great.
"Texas Tough" was a typical Janet Dailey read. Light and enjoyable. She wrote Harlequin Presents when I was a small girl. My mother read Harlequins -- I'm probably telling my age when I saw this but that was back in the 70s and when I was still in elementary school I started reading them. Janet Dailey was one of the first authors I read and I always loved her books. I read her though middle school, high school, college and beyond.
"The Keeper", "The Stars Below", " The Finisher" and "The Wide World" are a newer Young Adult series by Baldacci. They reminded me a bit of the Harry Potter books but while not AS good were still enjoyable to read.
"Fortune and Glory" another funny Stephanie Plum book.
"Out There" was a great book about an ultra runner overcoming his addictions. Wonderful book!
"The 20th Victim" was good.
"I'll be Gone int he Dark" is a great book, based on a true story, about a serial killer in California.
The other books were "okay" but nothing spectacular EXCEPT for the book showing the "G" as Goodreads didn't have a cover photo. You can find this book on Amazon though. It is AMAZING!
I cannot say enough about this book. It's one of the best -- if not THE best books that I read in 2020. It's a true story about a man who was born blind, his love for music and his faith in God. He's an amazing man and if you take the time to read the book you will discover this as well as the fact that he never let being blind slow him down. I'm so in awe of this man and all he accomplished even as a child.
I hope you are finding time to read! I'm not reading as much this year (so far) as I did last but I'm still moving along and hope to have some good recommendations coming again soon.