After languishing in my TBR for years I finally read CONSOLE WARS by Blake Harris and I loved it. The teenage me couldn't help but lap up that Nintendo and Sega dose of nostalgia. Despite some flaws (there seemed to be a distinct Sega bias) I couldn't put the book down and had a blast (from the past?) reading it form beginning to the end. If you're a 90's kid/teen who played video games, I strongly recommend CONSOLE WARS.
RUSTY PUPPY by Joe R Landsale was another highlight but then again I come to expect this with any Hap and Leonard book I read. You can read my 5 star review HERE.
I've been dipping in and out of the world of 4000AD and Judge Dredd and was generally pleased with the collection of novellas printed in Judges: Volume One, edited by Michael Carroll. The premise of the collection focuses on the judge program as it's being rolled out across America, so not much Dredd but a whole lot of interesting and action packed story.
However, there can only be one book of the month and that lofty award goes to BROKEN by Don Winslow. I listened to this one on Audible but wish I read it in print (I'll likely pick up a print copy at some stage). This collection of novellas is just great. A perfect balance of crime and comedy featuring characters from series across Winslow's back catalogue of fiction. In a word: Excellent.