Hello and welcome to my weekly updates for books that I have read. I took a complete social media break over Christmas and New Year and it has been refreshing. A chance to step back and take a breather.
2019 was an exceptional year for books, there were so many amazing reads and this is why I read the most books I have ever read in one year 232 books in total.
I did various book posts just before Christmas listing the books I had loved, and then on Christmas Eve I published my blog post for My Top 10 Absolute Best Reads of the year, you can see that post HERE
I still have a few book reviews for books I read at the end of the year and they should be sorted over the next few days.
The New Year see’s the start of the Goodreads Challenge, I have set 200 again as the total of books I would like to read in 2020.
So what I have read this week…
Deadly Harm by Owen Mullen
Well this was an exceptional way to start the year, a book that is a mix of crime, thriller and mystery. It has such a wonderful underlying uneasy edge to it, it kept me on my toes and occasionally had me holding my breath and this made for an amazing read.
The Tear Collector by Shawn Burgess
It has been a while since I dipped my eyes into a horror style read and boy oh boy was this a cracking book to read. A small town setting and an ominous presence definitely had me on the edge of my seat. A mix of murder, mystery and an amazingly atmospheric edge to it. Leep an eye out for this, is was brilliant.
Victoria Day by Rachel Churcher
This is the next instalment in the Battleground series by Rachel Churcher, a YA dystopian thriller that I am absolutely loving. There is no cover available for this book on Goodreads yet, but if you have been following the series, then it is in the same style. This is a fabulous series and a brilliant instalment, tensions and risks are rising as friends and family are in the firing line.
That’s all for the week, 3 books not bad when you think it is only the 5th 🙂
Hope everyone had a good New Year and I wish you all the very best for the months ahead, take care and happy reading