Book #16 was "Death du Jour" by Kathy Reichs. In contrast, this was not challenging but brain candy. I liked the first in the series. Particularly, I liked the Montreal/Quebec flavor of it, though there were other things I liked as well. This book, the second in the Temperance Brenna Series, didn't thrill me as much. It felt like a re-tread and I saw certain twists coming a mile away, though I did find a few surprises at the end. I'm now ambivalent about finishing the series. If anyone has opinons about which Temperance Brennan books to read and which to skip, please comment - I'm all ears!
1. Blue Light [fiction]- Walter Mosley
2. Titus Alone [fiction]- Mervyn Peake
3. "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?" [non-fiction]- Beverly Tatum
4. Never Let Me Go [fiction]- Kazuo Ishiguro
5. The Jehovah Contract [fiction]- Victor Koman
6. When the Phone Rings, My Bed Shakes: The Memoirs of a Deaf Doctor [non-fiction/memoir]- Philip Zazove
7. The Foreign Student [fiction]- Susan Choi
8.V for Vendetta [fiction/graphic novel]- Alan Moore and David Lloyd
9. City at the End of Time [fiction]- Greg Bear (unabridged audiobook)
10. Figuring: The Joy of Numbers [non-fiction]- Shakuntala Devi
11. Towing Jehovah [fiction]- James Morrow.
12. Black Apollo of Science: The Life of Ernest Everett Just [non-fiction]- Keith R. Manning
13. The Finster Effect [fiction]- Wednesday Lee Friday
14. A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America [non-fiction]- Ronald Takaki.