November recap

December is here, so we’re almost done with 2021. And I can admit that I’m really happy about that. 2021 wasn’t my year and with covid hanging around again like an old friend, I’m eagerly awaiting Spring. November felt like a more difficult month for reading, but I still managed to finish quite some books so this is more like a feeling than a fact.

Read(ing)

I started the month with ‘Love in time of cholera’ for the classics club. I found this one easier to read than expected but had some feministic issues with the plot. Next, I read two library loans I was really looking forward to. I enjoyed ‘Where the crawdads sing’, but was disappointed by ‘The doll factory’. In between, I read ‘The butcher bird’ on the train, the next historical mystery in the Somershill manor mystery series about Oswald De Lacy. An entertaining light read.

Number of pages read: 1.410 pages
Number of books finished: 4
Favorite read: ‘Where the crawdads sing
Centuries visited: 14th century, 19th century, 20th century,
Countries visited: Columbia, England and America
Currently reading: ‘The Romanov empress’ by C.W. Gortner
Next up: I have no idea yet :).

Reviewed

Blogged

Added to my TBR

What was your favourite read in November?

2 thoughts on “November recap

  1. I read Crawdads earlier this year and really enjoyed it as well. I read several really good books this month, but I’ll put Vespertine and the ARC of After the Romanovs at the top of the list. Hope December is another good reading month for you!

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