The Jennifer Morgue (Laundry Files, #2) by Charles Stross
I wanted to like The Atrocity Archives more than I did (which is still quite a bit)... I'm glad I pressed on to The Jennifer Morgue which is a tight spy thriller, a send up of spy thrillers and manages to be funny and moving in turns. I'm stuck in for the duration of the Laundry Files at this point.
The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher by Hilary Mantel
Successful Analytics ebook 2: Gain Business Insights By Managing Google Analytics by Brian Clifton
This is now the book I'd recommend to anyone implementing Google Analytics (and wish had been available when I started). It spends a lot of useful time on how to get data to be trustworthy, how to keep it that way and how to make sure that analysts have the right context when trying to use the data. Great stuff because this is the hard part. Getting data in is easy, being convinced that it's right and useful is complicated. My only real ding is that for some inexplicable reason you have to buy two ebooks instead of one. But that's minor, it's worth it.
World of Trouble (The Last Policeman, #3) by Ben H. Winters
Fitting end to a brilliant and disturbing trilogy.
The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell
Successful Analytics ebook 1: Gain Business Insights By Managing Google Analytics by Brian Clifton
I don't know why this comes as two ebooks... will review at the end of ebook 2.
Stopped reading after a couple of chapters. It's excruciable. Cliched, lazy, boring and self-contradictory. The most charitable thing I can say is that it might get better after I gave up (but I doubt it).
Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng
Depressing novel about a dead girl. It's very well written but left me a bit cold. Unhappy families may be unhappy in their own way but that doesn't necessarily make them interesting.
The Girl with All the Gifts by M.R. Carey
Not particularly into zombie fiction but this is great - different perspective, interesting plot and a stunning ending.