Updating my list of books read since my previous post back in midDecember.
Finished The Golden Tresses of the Dead (Flavia de Luce #10) by Bradley, Alan. Love this series though this, the latest book seemed kind of rushed to the publisher. Still enjoyable.
Homesick for Another World: Book of well written short stories about really repugnant monstrous, unlikable people. By Moshfegh, Ottessa Can't recommend.
Norse Mythology by Gaiman, Neil. One can easily see Neil's personality through his interpretation of the Norse myth stories. But I didn't really enjoy them like I would his original fare.
Rosewater by Thompson, Tade. A great original work of science fiction and the opening volley to what should be a necessary read trilogy (regardless of whether one is into science fiction or not).
Impossible Fortress (on sale on Audible) Rekulak, Jason Stephen King's Stand By Me ... but takes place in the 80s and the dead body is a Playboy Magazine and our protagonist is a nerdy video game programmer/prodigy.
All Systems Red (The Murderbot Diaries, #1) (sci-fi novella that could be allegory for slavery) by Wells, Martha
Giant Days: Not On the Test Edition Vol. 1, 2, and 3 by Allison, John. I can't get enough of cheeky, slice of life graphic novels like this.
Tales from the Inner City by Tan, Shaun (surrealist illustrated book of short stories)
Royal City, Vol. 1: Next of Kin: Can't recommend this critically praised dirty, gloomy, dysfuctional family drama based graphic novel with no likable characters to be seen.