Book #38 of 2022, fast paced thriller. Never knew what was going to happen next. One of my top five reads so far this year!
Nice while walking
I went into this without knowing anything but the cover synopsis. An easy read, about a sweet 11 year old boy who was orphaned as an infant and is being raised with his disabled brother by their older sister. Stewie‘s connection to the world is complex yet compassionate. His friendship with Marilyn is endearing and they truly help each other in the end. Stewie is so precious. This is a story about, connections. Book #38 in 2022
✅ An Unlikely Detective: The Stranger | Harlan Coben ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
I think it fits the prompt, because he's trying to solve the mystery & find his wife.
Unfortunately, this wasn't for me. All the situation dragged & it was annoying. Plus it was quite predictable. I never cared about the MC, the wife, or the kid.
I'll watch the series, maybe this will be one of those rare cases when the adaptation is better that the book? Will see...
Book #38: Ah, I think rereading this series is going to become an annual thing. One of the best parts of this reread was being on ACOTAR tiktok. I got to see so much stuff that I had to skip over last year in order to avoid spoilers. I had a much greater appreciation for the Nessian moments from reading ACOSF and their ACOMAF deleted scene. Always sad to leave this world.