“A book is the most effective weapon against intolerance and ignorance.” President Lyndon B Johnson
I was so happy to pick up Harlan Coben’s new Myron Bolitar book, Home. I love many of his standalones, but it’s Myron and company who have my loyalty and since the last book of the series came out in 2011 I was craving me some Myron and Win. It was a perfect book to curl up with on a chilly and rainy fall day.
What’s it about – Win, Myron’s best friend since college, asks for help in finding his cousin’s son who has been missing for 10 years. They start on the London sex trade streets and end up in an uber wealthy New Jersey neighborhood where the families have au pairs, not nannies. Or maybe they start in New Jersey and end in London, either way it’s a wild ride.
What did I learn – Young kids know way too much about technology. They need to get outside and spend some time in the sun!
Who would love it – Oh, I think most everyone would like the series, but you’d have to start somewhere earlier. It wouldn’t have to be the first book, this one is #11, but maybe by 4 or 5 you should be on board.
I’m 26/26 and looking forward to Friday, the last day of the month. I’m looking for nature walkers who want to join me in October. I need to get some exercise after this month of curling up with good books and what better place than outside where the trees will be changing. I want to fill the blog, FB, Instagram with pictures of gorgeous trees! More details in a few days.