I like the philosophical parts but the math talk is too much for a non-mathematician.
Satan is only interested in your soul. He doesn‘t give a shit about your welfare otherwise.
A boy abandoned by his parents ends up in foster care and goes on to become a murderer. The story goes back and forth in time and through the voices of Ansel, his mother, his wife‘s sister and a homicide detective, and we see how one person‘s life can affect so many others.
Started this a couple of days ago. Cleo and Frank meet as they‘re leaving a New Year‘s Eve party in New York City and are immediately drawn to each other. Their story and the stories of their friends and families unfold. Not much plot but loads of character.
I‘ve been waiting for this book for so long, I hope I haven‘t over-hyped it in my mind. I‘m pretty sure I‘m the first person to read this copy from my library!
Nobody knew if he was looking to see if there wasn‘t somebody else coming to take him away or if he was trying to find the person who‘d left him behind.
I‘m enjoying this so far! Even if you‘re not into sci-fi, the cast of characters is very engaging. Just the distraction I need right now!
I turned out to be stronger than I thought, but that‘s never a thing you want to have to test.
In some respects this is similar to The Expanse, which is very much focused on the characters. So far this seems equally about the characters and the world building, which is extensive. Ambassador Mahit, the MC, is a snarky young woman and who doesn‘t love that? 😁
Threat of deadly virus will not stop the library book sale 😷
A different kind of cop story. And with a writing style smooth as butter, I will definitely be reading Locke‘s other books.