November was a fairly typical reading month for me. There were a few more average reads than I’d like, but the themes were varied enough to keep me happy. I read slightly less than normal because I’m immersed in a few chunksters: A Man In Full by Tom Wolfe is a fantastic story and I’m really enjoying all the twists and turns. Unfortunately Underworld by Don DeLillo isn’t as enjoyable. It contains some amazing writing, but I have to admit it is a bit of a slog at the moment. Hopefully it will grab my attention soon.
Book of the Month:
Thérèse Raquin was a real surprise. It was so atmospheric and packed with emotion. The audio version was particularly well done and I highly recommend it.
Books Reviewed in November:
Plans for December
I don’t have any firm plans for the next month, but these books are at top of the TBR pile at the moment:
I’m also going to busy on the blog. In the next few weeks I’ll be sharing my favourite books of 2013 and several posts about what I’m looking forward to next year.
Are there any outstanding 2013 books I should try to squeeze in before the end of the year?
Have a wonderful December!