Trouble in Paradise - Craig Alanson (7/10) - This is book 3.5 of Expeditionary Force. It's about as good military sci-fi as the first half of the first book. But that book had something happen in the middle that changed everything about it. It went from good to excellent. This book doesn't have that, as it follows a different set of characters. It is short and well worth the read, but I can't wait to get back to the main character group.
Under the Whispering Door - TJ Klune (10/10) - This one took me by surprise. I guess every so often I need to veer off my comfort zone of Sci-Fi and Fantasy to read Gems like this. This is a beautiful story of Life and death, a bit of Scrooge, and a great Queer story. I loved it from the beginning, and it kept me engaged all the way through, with a very satisfying ending. I highly, highly recommend you pick this up!!
My opinion, is that they basically do the same thing as an Oven: faster but in smaller batches. Great when you are preparing food for 1 or 2(maybe). We bought one half a year ago, and it's mostly used for fries. In my household, we are 4, so I'd rather put the fries in the oven. Sometimes we get those frozen fish or tenders, and I use them there. There is a Brand of frozen Naan that I buy that is perfect for my air fryer.
Overall, for my household, it's a waste of space. Maybe once my daughter grows up a bit and increases her finger food.