Two-Thirds Book Challenge Update 8

This is update 8 in the Two-Thirds Book Challenge.


Heat Wave by Richard Castle

“… a gimmick. But a fun one nonetheless. … The first book, Heat Wave, is exactly what I expected: A light, fun crime mystery.” Based on the TV show, Castle, with Nathan Fillion.


A Touch of Dead (Sookie Stackhouse: The Complete Stories by Charlaine Harris

Consisting of 5 short stories that, by the author’s own admission, don’t really fit the flow of the main story line, this volume is a quick weekend read but maybe not worth the effort except to the most extreme Sookie junkies and completist.


The Lifespan of a Fact by John D’Agata and Jim Fingal

… And that? That is why I loved this book. Because it reminded me that the lines between truth and fact and between art and artifice are inherently blurry, and that crossing that line should be painful and exhilarating.

You really need to read E’s review to do it justice.

That’s it for this month. Sorry for the late posting but I was doing some traveling.