Reads

Reflections on what I am reading

Author Douglas Richards and cover of Infinity Born

Infinity Born — Latest Read

Just finished up Infinity Born by Douglas E. Richards. It is a "near-future science fiction thriller" that explores what could happen if we were able to create a sentient artificial intelligence.
The Moor by LJ Ross Banner

The Moor by LJ Ross — Latest Read

Just finished up The Moor by LJ Ross, another DCI Ryan mystery. Not as strong as some of the earlier books, but a quick, enjoyable weekend read.
Read This Before Our Next Meeting by Al Pittampalli Banner

Read This Before Our Next Meeting — Latest Read

Read This Before Our Next Meeting by Al Pittampalli is another title that was originally published by Seth Godin's Domino Project. I have had it on my Kindle bookshelf for a while. Finally got to it this week. It had some interesting takeaways.
Self Reliance by Ralph Waldo Emerson Cover (The Domino Project) and Seth Godin

Self Reliance (The Domino Project) — Latest Read

As I have gotten back into a daily reading habit since 2018, my Kindle bookshelf has gotten a bit crowded. Decided I would knock out a few books like Self Reliance that had been there for a long time.
The Black Box by Michael Connelly Banner

The Black Box by Michael Connelly — Latest Read

Finished up The Black Box by Michael Connelly this week. This novel was published in 2012. It is the sixteenth book in the Harry Bosch series that Connelly first launched twenty years earlier in 1992.
The Memory Police Yoko Ogawa Banner

The Memory Police — Latest Read

My latest read was The Memory Police by Yōko Ogawa. This book was well-received. I was not as "positive" about this book as I expected to be.

Longstone by LJ Ross — Latest Read

Jumped back into murder mysteries after a history read with Longstone by LJ Ross. This is the tenth book of the DCI Ryan series. As usual with Ross, the plot was tight and fast-paced.

1960 by David Pietrusza — Latest Read

1960: LBJ vs. JFK vs. Nixon by David Pietrusza became available in Kindle Unlimited and thought I would give it a read. Not sure I gained much insight that I didn't already have.