November 30, 2020
November 2020 Reading Wrap Up
How was your November reading?
November was a nine book reading month. I am happy to report two five-star reads, four four-star reads, two three-star reads, and one two-star read. Find all my November reads listed below in order of Star Rating. Keep in mind that I normally recommend five- and four-star reads on the blog; three-star reads receive mixed reviews from me for various reasons; and two-star reads are books that were not for me. One star reads are usually shelved as DNF.
My favorite read of the month is an unputdownable Memoir: The Choice: Embrace the Possible by Dr. Edith Eva Eger (Holocaust survivor).
My favorite fiction title is The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin.
Did we read any of the same books?
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5 Stars. A compelling, inspirational, and heartfelt memoir.
My review of The Choice here.
5 Stars. (ARC) Memorable WW11 histfic (London). Pub Date: 4/6/2021. Review coming soon.
4 Stars (ARC). Light women’s fiction and #2 in the Hedgehog Hollow series. Pub Date: 1/7/2021. My review coming soon.
4 Stars (ARC). A republished classic by the author of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. My review of Tomorrow will Be Better coming soon.
4 Stars. Light histfic/romance/women’s fiction (WW11 England). Not yet reviewed.
4 Stars. Filled with English humor and a bit of mystery. My review of The Thursday Murder Club here.
3 Stars. A light comfort read and #21 in the No 1 Ladies’ Detective Series (can be read as a stand-alone). Not yet reviewed.
3 Stars. Mystery with a side of psychological suspense. Not reviewed.
2.5 Stars. Super predictable. #4 in the Dakota series (can be read as a stand alone). I do not recommend the audio version. Not reviewed.
What was your favorite November read?
Did we read any of the same books?
Which of these books is on your TBR?
November Blog Posts:
Blog Audit Challenge 2020: November #blogauditchallenge2020
The Choice: Review
An American Marriage: Review
TTT: Thankful for Family Themes in Literature
New Titles For my Nomfiction TBR #nonficnov
What Is Your Reading Style?
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry: Review
Memoirs and Biographies #nonficnov
The Thursday Murder Club: Review
The Widows of Malabar Hill: Review
TTT Book Titles and Songs
Fiction/Nonfiction Book Pairings #nonficnov
A Place For Us: Review
Miss Benson’s Beetle: Review
My Year in Nonfiction 2020
Happy Reading Book Buddies!
“Ah, how good it is to be among people who are reading.”
~Rainer Maria Rilke
“I love the world of words, where life and literature connect.”
~Denise J Hughes
“Reading good books ruins you for enjoying bad ones.”
~Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
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~Madeleine Riley, Top Shelf Text
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