I took home about five new library books today, hoping to read them as well as the ebooks I signed up for some time ago. I will be surprised by the ones I choose to read. Do you read all the library books you borrow, or do you land up picking and choosing in the end?
Not many books read this week as I've been binge watching Ozark on a new Kindle Fire!
The Lonely Stories by 22 celebrated authors, April 19, 2022 by Catapult
About: A collection of personal essays about the joys and struggles of being alone by 22 literary writers including: Lev Grossman, Jhumpa Lahiri, Lena Dunham, Jesmyn Ward, Jean Kwok, Yiyun Li, and Anthony Doerr.
The Locked Room(Ruth Galloway #14)
About: Pandemic lockdowns have Ruth Galloway feeling isolated from everyone but a new neighbor--until detective Nelson begins investigating a decades-long string of murder-suicides that's looming ever closer.
I haven't read many books set in pandemic times. This is the second one I've come across recently.