The Seventh Plague – James Rollins – D – Sadly the first book by him I ever stopped reading. It just dragged.
Night School – Lee Child – A – Another great Reacher novel.
The House – Christina Lauren – B – Good book about a haunted like house.
Never Never – James Patterson – B- It was OK.
The Chemist – Stephanie Meyer – B – Good story! Just a bit long and kind of drawn out.
Gentleman and Player – Joanne Harris – stopped reading, did not really like.
Empire – Jeremy Robinson – Great. A
Nowhere Man – Gregg Hurwitz – Part of Orphan X series. Good. – B
The Ones – Daniel Sweren-Becker – A Good story!
The Last Girl – Joe Hart – A – Excellent
The Final Trade – Joe Hart – B+ 2nd in series, very good.
The First City – Joe Hart – B+ Good series end. Watch for more from this author.
Home – Harlan Coben – B+
Tricky Twenty-Two – Janet Evanovich – B OK, needs to grow as a series.
Lineage – Joe Hart – B Horror, thriller. Good.
The Lost Order – Steve Berry – C- Ugh, just dragged on and on and I finally quit about 75% though.
Burntown – Jennifer McMahon – A Excellent. Really very very good.
The Widow – Fiona Barton – B+/A- Very good.
Hunger – Jeremiah Knight – B First in a series. I enjoyed this.
In the Blood – Lisa Unger – A- I really liked this.
Duplicity – Ingrid Throft – B+ Good book in this series. Cliffhanger, looking forward to the next one.
The Red Hunter – Lisa Unger – A- I very much enjoyed this book.
Exit Strategy – Steve Hamilton – B+ Good book in this series!
The Distance – Jeremy Robinson – A Excellent
Dangerous Minds – Janet Evanovich – D Stopped reading, just getting so tired of this nonsense.
One of Us is Lying – Karen M McManus – B+/A- Teen book, very good. Page turner.
Silent Corner – Dean Koontz – B Good start to a new series.
Humans, Bow Down – James Patterson – B I believe this is a first in a new series. It was OK. I read the whole book in a day, its definitely not an intellectual read, but kept me interested.
The Child – Fiona Barton – B+ / A- Good story, kept me interested.
AfterLife – Marcus Sakey – currently reading