I know some of my favorite bloggers round up what they read in 2013 and their favorites (shout outs to/for Krug the Thinker's 2012 list, Joyful Whimsy's 2013 list, and Maybe Matilda's 2012 list of intense and important books). I'm a little less organized (no ratings or summaries of all of them - sorry!) and I read mostly non-mind-altering-nor-life-changing books in my down time. As in, forensic and legal thrillers and mysteries. And this past year, I read big chunks of series from Kathy Reichs and John Sandford as well as Nelson DeMille. I enjoyed most of them (in recent years I actually stopped reading books mid-way through if I hated them). If you have questions about any of the books specifically, just ask! Also note that the links to all of these books in the list below are to Goodreads. You can find my Goodreads profile here.
Also, in other awesome discoveries, if you're looking for new books to read, these are some seriously helpful book recommendation websites:
- Library Thing (seriously LOVE this site and if it was free beyond 200 books, I'd use only this because I love the recommendations from the groups and in the forums - you can find me on that site here)
- Shelfari (you can find my barely-filled out profile/account on there here)
- The Staff Recommends
- Gnooks (you can make an interactive map of an author - LOVE it!)
Any recommendations for 2014 for me?