Sometimes I read books that I really love, but that I don't feel like reviewing. Sometimes it's because I can't think of what to say, or how to explain a later book in a series without giving away spoilers. Sometimes it's because another blogger has just reviewed the same book better than I ever could. And sometimes I'm just feeling a little tired and lazy. But here are three books I read, loved and recommend.
Into the Planet: My Life as a Cave Diver by Jill Heinerth is a fascinating look into one of the world's most dangerous sports. Cave diving is something I would NEVER, EVER try myself--it's much too scary for me--but I do love reading about it. Other caving books I loved: Blind Descent and Beyond the Deep.
Null Set by S.L. Huang is the second book about Cas Russell, whose superpower is math, and who can use her genius to do just about anything, including scaling tall buildings and avoiding bullets. I didn't love this one quite as much as the first book, Zero Sum Game, but it still ended up being a 4/5 star read for me.
Wicked Conceit by Anna Lee Huber is the ninth book in the Lady Darby series. As always, this book is a good combination of historical fiction and mystery, and Kiera and Sebastian Gage continue to be favorite characters of mine. If you haven't read any books in this series yet, I recommend starting with the first one, The Anatomist's Wife.
So, there you go. Three more book recommendations. And a quick thank you to Rachel at Waves of Fiction for this non-review way of recommending books!