Tonight I’m working my way through what is typically a quick read for me. I’m reading Fortune and Glory by Janet Evanovich. This is book twenty seven in a series about the quirky Stephanie Plum, a woman who works as a bail bondsman or bounty hunter in New Jersey.
When I first started the series, it was decidedly funny and there were lots of surprises. This particular volume is, so far, an easy read.
But I do find I’m getting a little grumpy with Stephanie’s apparent lack of character growth. Maybe this will change. But for the moment, it’s the one thing that’s bugging me about the book. Maybe it’s because of the other book I’m actively reading at the moment.
I’m nearly done with Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning. The first half was a fast read. I slowed down quite a bit in the second half, as it is a discussion of logotherapy. I’m not a psychologist or psychiatrist — just a layperson who founds psychology interesting. I note I am going back and forth a bit to make sure I understand the concepts raised.
I did finish Murder’s No Votive Confidence by Christin Brecher earlier this week, and I will be posting a review of the book soon!
What are you reading this week?