The Informationist: A Thriller, Taylor Stevens
My Mother’s Lover, David Dobbs
Saving Rachel (A Donovan Creed Crime Novel), John Locke
Building the Successful Theater Company, Lisa Mulcahy
JANE I’m-Still-Single JONES, Joan Reaves
The Billionaire Bum, Samantha Blair
How the Hippies Saved Physics: Science, Counterculture, and the Quantum Revival, David Kaiser
A Dance With Dragons, George R.R. Martin
The Bitch-Proof Suit, De-Ann BlackWahoo Rhapsody, Shaun Morey
 Written in a flat, factual style that was vaguely off-putting in the beginning, it actually explains a lot about the main character, who I came to appreciate.
 Kindle Single.
 When your main character doesn’t show up until halfway through the book and then he doesn’t turn out to be very sympathetic… not so good, actually.
 Having participated in a similar writing joint venture under not quite as strict time constraints, I have a huge appreciation for the work that went into making this incredibly twisted tale work. My buddy El Capitan would especially appreciate the work it takes to tie up all those loose strands and give you a palatable ending to such an undertaking.
 I had a lot of questions. While this book by no means answered all of them, it certainly pointed me in the right direction and gave me a lot of food for thought.
 I’ll plead to having read one crap book and one business-oriented book before this one and needing a light read. This was pure dandelion fluff.
 Ditto. But better fluff than the previous book.
 While I have never been a science geek, I do appreciate the stories of the people behind the science. A terrific read if you’re interested in quantum physics and how it affects us on both micro and macro levels.
 Funny, smart, fast-paced rom-com set in
 Wanna-be screwball comedy/thriller. I’ll give this author a second shot, just to see if he can make his main character less one dimensional. Fingers crossed.