Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Books I read in August

It's the end of August already. Time flies, as they say. I'm surprised by how many books I've managed to read this month considering I've also done quite a lot of writing.

My favourite new find was the Judge and Dury series. Written with a sense humour and highly enjoyable. I'm definitely looking forward to reading the next one of these.

The one that surprised me was the Trapp book, which is written in first person but not from the titular character's point of view.

Sundance is still my standout favourite goto at the moment.

No reviews this month but I've enjoyed pretty much everything. 

Here's the list-

The Killing Trail (A Bodie the Stalker Western Book 4) – Neil Hunter
Hang ‘Em All (A Judge and Dury Western Book 1) – Ben Bridges
Heller (Luke Heller Book 1) – Ben Bridges
Silence Rides Alone – Charles Milstead
Dakota Territory (A Sundance western bk3) – John Benteen
Trapp – MR Law

See you next month.


  1. Pretty sure you're hacked into my Kobo. The Judge and Dury books are good reads. Bodie is one of my favourite series. Sundance is my favourite new find as well. Brent tricked me into Trapp as well but I haven't got round to it yet. I've got Heller waiting it's turn as well. I do enjoy these posts of yours, we seem to be reading pretty much the same things at the same time.

  2. It seems we move in the same circles, and I'm glad you like the posts. :)