Sunday, March 5, 2023

{Sunday Post} — Burner, The Island, and Twins of Evil

The Caffeinated Book Reviewer's Kimberly hosts a weekly meme called "The Sunday Post"! 

There will be no weekly tidbits this week. I'm too lazy to write them this time.

What Am I Currently Reading? 

Fingers crossed! I'm planning on finally starting The Cabinet of Dr. Leng tonight. I'm on page 25 of Life is 10% What Happens to You and 90% How You React by Charles R. Swindoll. I placed a bookmark inside Star Trek: Prodigy: A Dangerous Trade by Cassandra Rose Clarke.

Recent Reviews

Cold Light of Day

Deaf Row

What's in the Mail?

Storm Watch by C.J. Box and Burner by Mark Greaney were two new ARCs that I received in the mail, though I wouldn't quite call them that as Storm Watch is already available and Burner will be out shortly. 

I purchased Twins of Evil by Shaun Hutson, a novelization of an old Hammer picture, on eBay.

Over the week, my Hamilton Books order showed up. I purchased the books Three Weeks to Say Goodbye by C. J. Box; Blue Heaven by C. J. Box; Death of the Planet of the Apes by Andrew E.C. Gaska; Heart of Black Ice by Terry Goodkind; Aliens: Infiltrator by Weston Ochse; and The Complete Alien Collection: The Shadows Archive (Out of the Shadows by Tim Lebbon; Sea of Sorrows by James A. Moore; and River of Pain by Christopher Golden).

What's New on the Shelf?

Holy sh*t! My local Walmart stocked their book section. I bought The Island by Natasha Preston and Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves: The Road to Neverwinter by Jaliegh Johnson. 

Fresh books on my Kindle include The Orphan of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox; Below Zero by C.J. Box; The Sum of All Fears by Tom Clancy; Star Trek: The Next Generation: Survivors by Jean Lorrah; and Star Trek: Voyager: Section 31: Shadows by Dean Wesley Smith.


  1. I wouldn't mind reading some Star Trek

  2. I have been curious about The Cabinet of Dr. Leng. Let us know what you think!

  3. Wow! You sure got a lot of books!

    Here’s my Sunday Post

    Rabbit Ears Book Blog: WORLD’S WEIRDEST BOOK BLOG!

  4. That is a lot of book!! And I have always been curious about the Planet of the Apes books.. your post reminded me of that curiosity and now I hope I will read it sooner than later
    My Sunday post is here


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