I’ve read quite a bit the past two weeks:
John Bude: The Cornish Coast Murder –> This was from the books I’ve already started last year, and I’m glad I continued. The characters were interesting enough, and the plot alright.
Vita Sackville-West: Country Notes in Wartime –> There was a lot of gardening in this title, and I don’t know a lot about it. It was quite charming thoug, and her thoughts interesting. And I was glad it was a short book, since this left me just with the desire to read some more of her works.
Ammi-Joan Paquette: Princess Juniper of the Hourglass –> This was also from last year. It was a little generic, and I never really warmed up to the character. It was interesting enough for me to finish it, even though I won’t read more of this series.
Intisar Khanai: Sunbolt –> Now this I thouroughly enjoyed, and I can’t wait to read more. Hitomi is a great character, and I love how real she seems to me. I love the worldbuilding, but it was never overpowering the story.
Mavis Doriel Hay: Death on the Cherwell –> I liked this more than the Cornish Coast Murder. I liked the characters, and the case was interesting enough. I loved the setting too, and how it was brought to life. I have another novel of this author on my TBR, and I think I’ll get to it soon.
Kazuo Koike: Crying Freeman, Vol.1 –> I liked this well enough, even though I don’t usually like mafia settings. I’m not sure I liked it well enough to pay for reading more of this series.
Mito Orihara: The Legend of Annatour, Vol. 1 –> This was pretty awful. The plot was way to cliché, I didn’t like the characters, and the only saving grace was the art.