I read for pleasure and to turn my brain off rather than make me think so I prefer more ripping yarn type thrillers that don't need a lot of brainpower to absorb.
Just finished this last night
Found that current events (Ukraine) sort of had a downer on my enjoyment of the book with me running out of sympathy for the "good guys".
I've basically just re-read the whole of the "Jack Ryan" series for the umpteenth time up to this book which delayed the reading of my current. I've still yet to take the plunge into some of Clancy's co-authored "Ryanverse" novels.
This is now my current;
I love the way Pratchett writes, his sense of humour appeals to me directly particularly the City Watch. This isn't his best by far but it is very enjoyable about 1/3 of the way in.
and I will follow that with this;
Watched the film last Sunday (how the hell did I miss that in the cinemas?) and now need to dive into the book.