Monthly Wrap Up

November Wrap Up

November!

In November I read 6 books for a total of 1,870 pages and an average of 62 pages per day. This has been the least productive reading month I’ve had all year, but I’m not surprised.

With the exception of The Nature of Balance, at least everything I read was great. I mean, Blood Sugar really had me feeling weird and upset, but it was by no means a bad book. I really should have DNF’d Balance, but I really wanted to see how it concluded. Turns out it wasn’t worth my time. -___- But Hollow Kingdom was amazing and by far my favorite read and I can’t wait to own a copy so I can read it again!

Blood Sugar
by Daniel Kraus
First Sentence:
Fat Boy says he’s gonna put crack inside Fun Size Snickers.
Crime, noir, uhhhhhh…!?

Austenland
by Shannon Hale
First Sentence:
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a thirty-something woman in possession of a satisfying career and fabulous hairdo must be in want of very little, and Jane Hayes, pretty enough and clever enough, was certainly thought to have little to distress her.
Romance, contemporary regency

The Nature of Balance
by Tim Lebbon
First Sentence:
The dead girl holds her mother’s hand.
Horror I guess

Hollow Kingdom
by Kira Jane Buxton
First Sentence:
I should have known something was dangerously wrong long before I did.
Post-apocalyptic, found family, animal adventure, zombies

Burnout
by Emily and Amelia Nagoski
First sentence:
This is a book for any woman who has felt overwhelmed and exhausted by everything she had to do and yet still worried she was not doing “enough.”
Self-help (Primarily for ladies)

Full Throttle
by Joe Hill

Short story collection, horror, ghost stories, spooky stuff

Better Reads Challenge:

Happy to report I read a little every day, even if it was only like two pages before I passed out. I’ve already missed one day of reading in December, but I’m still on track for an amazing year. This has been a fun stat to look at.

Month: 30/30
Year: 320/365

*cover images from Goodreads

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