My latest read was the Chronos Origins series by Rysa Walker. I read the first book back in 2020 because it is based on an interesting take on a time travel trope. I am trying to catch up on series I have already started and this one was next.
My latest read was The Interdependency series by John Scalzi. It is a space opera trilogy. I thought the writing was pretty good and world building was interesting, although Scalzi tends to be less than subtle in expressing his personal political and cultural opinions.
The Peacemaker's Code by Deepak Malhotra was my latest read. Malhotra is a Harvard Business School professor. The story is used to demonstrate some of Malhotra's key theories about negotiation and conflict resolution.
My third book for 2022 was Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly. It is book 20 in Connelly's Harry Bosch series. Connelly intertwines two separate stories in this one. Each had an interesting premise, but seemed like both were a little "light" for Bosch plotlines.
My latest read is The Cider House Rules by John Irving. I read a few of Irving's books when they were first published, but this one never made my reading list. Not sure my take on the book reflects how other readers have seen it.
The Wrong Side of Goodbye by Michael Connelly is the 19th book in the Harry Bosch series. Connelly intertwines two plotlines in this one. It has been interesting to see how Connelly has "extended" the Bosch story arc.
Finished The Rock by LJ Ross last week. This story was released in May 2021. It is the eighteenth, and latest, novel in the DCI Ryan series that started with Holy Island which was published in December 2014.