Month in Review: November 2020

This Twelve months I was very overjoyed to take half in Nonfiction November, having read moderately diverse reliable nonfiction and appealing to fragment with other readers. It used to be a worthwhile tournament!

I did now now not bag moderately diverse unusual reading carried out. Moreover finishing and reviewing Danubia for Nonfiction November, I was basically reading thru the Queen’s Thief sequence by Megan Whalen Turner, because I desired to refresh my memory sooner than taking half in the remaining quantity, Return of the Thief (which I’m near to carried out with now). What a pleasure it has been to scrutinize this sequence evolve through the years. Bravo to MWT for bringing it to a certified finish.

This month I gave up on my French reading membership book, L’énigme de chambre 622 by Joel Dicker. It used to be now now not attention-grabbing passable to purchase my attention, in particular in a distant places language. And a ways too long! We’re transferring on to one more book, La femme au carnet rouge by Antoine Laurain, and I’m having a scrutinize forward to that.

What were your highs and lows this month?


  • Danubia by Simon Winder

Different Books Read

  • The Thief, The Queen of Attolia, The King of Attolia, A Conspiracy of Kings and Thick as Thieves by Megan Whalen Turner

Different Aspects and Events

  • Right here are my Nonfiction November posts: My Year in Nonfiction, Book Pairing, Be the Educated, Fresh to My TBR

On my other blog

  • On the eve of November (Halloween), I posted a mirrored image on the Masks we all wear.
  • One more vital date came about a days later: I posted about 9/11 and 11/9.

Shared in the Sunday Post hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer and the Monthly Wrap-up Round-up hosted by Feed Your Fiction Dependancy

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