Reviewing the books that I read in 2017.
40. Replay - Ken Grimwood
Different concept, well written, first 3/4th book is extraordinary, then it gets a little repetitive, overall liked it. 4/5
41. Life with Jeeves - P.G. Woodhouse
It contains Right Ho, Jeeves; The Inimitable Jeeves; and Very Good, Jeeves. Jeeves, that noiseless provider of deliverance from the hangover, a bird of the ripest intellect, calm and wise enough to rescue Bertie and his pals from the most fearful scrapes. 5/5.
42. Dark Matter - Blake Crouch
If you have read other books by Blake (eg. WaywardPpines) then the start of this book would be deja vu, people waking up in labs/ hospitals, not knowing where they are. After the start, you need to be open and acceptable enough to read about scientific theories which are not proven yet (and maybe they never will), for the span of this book just assume those theories are true and once you do that the book is absolutely amazing. 5/5.
43. Mum on the Run - Fiona Gibson
I liked the story, did not like the whiny characters. 3/5.
44. Gilead - Marilynne Robinson
Gave up after 3rd chapter. Too much about Christianity, familial bonds, religion, prayers, and stuff. 1/5.
45. The Inimitable Jeeves - P.G. Wodehouse
The adventures of Bertie Wooster and Jeeves are narrated by Wodehouse with his natural flair and brilliantly fun-filled manner. P.G. Wodehouse yet again shows off his comic genius in this timeless funny classic. 5/5.
46. One Plus One - Jojo Moyes
I do not like Jojo Moyes' stories and this definitely is the last book of hers that I read. 1/5.
47. Ana and the french kiss - Stephanie Perkins 48. The Testament - John Grisham
Gave up both books halfway.
49. A briefer history of time - Stephen Hawking
There are better books in the science genre. 3/5.