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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

What I'm reading Wednesday...

Open Season by C. J. Box

This is the first book of a popular series by C. J. Box.  The series was recently recommended by Terra on her blog Terra Garden.  Since reading the first book of a new-to-me series fulfills a category of my 2017 Reading Challenge, and since I like to come across a book that I think Carey might also enjoy, and since this one was available as an ebook from my library, it was a shoe in.  

So far really enjoying it.
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8 comments:

  1. I clicked on the link and read her review - looks interesting.

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    1. I'm less than a quarter of the way in, but Carey has me watching things like Northwoods Law lately, so the theme of a game warden feels familiar. :)

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  2. Kathleen, I hope you enjoy the book and glad to hear you are enjoying it thus far. I am reading one of his recent ones now, Off the Grid. There is a lot of character development with Joe and his family and Nate which is nice, in addition to the danger.

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    1. I like the family-man aspect of the story. And the writing is really very good. Glad I read your recommendation. :)

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  3. I can't believe I have never read a C. J. Box. Have to try it. I just finished Most Wanted by Lisa Scottoline and now I am starting My Husband's Wife, which I found by accident in a pile of new books at the library and I demanded it. I know I sometimes frighten my library people.

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    1. Will be interested to hear what you think of My Husband’s Wife.

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  4. I love checking out ebooks from the library too. So easy to return if you don't like the book, too. I saw your comment on Terra's post about books. I don't meet many people that read Thomas Perry. The books aren't perfect...but I like the twists and turns. I just finished The Butcher's Boy today and it was really good. Most of these I read years ago before I started putting my 'read' books in goodreads. Happy reading! Hugs, Diane

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    1. The Jane Whitefield are my favorites. Poor thing...her methods are taxed with all the cyber tracking and cameras everywhere these days. :) Amazon had the Kindle version of the first in that series, Vanishing Act, on sale for $2.15, so I bought it since it is an all-time favorite, and look forward to reading it again.

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