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November 2015 Reading Wrap Up

I can’t believe November is already over! I feel like I didn’t read as much this month and I think that may partly be due to a bit of a reading slump that I have been in recently. Even though I didn’t read as much as planned, I am happy with what I did read. Everything was pretty solid! I am also proud to announce that it feels as though my slump is finally over and I’m ready for the final reading stretch of the year during December! What did you read this month?! Did we read any of the same books?


Half Truths

Author: Sally Green

Publisher: Viking Books For Young Readers

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal

Release Date: November 3rd 2015

Format: eBook

Page Count: N/A

ISBN: N/A

My Review


The Grownup

Author: Gillian Flynn

Publisher: N/A

Genre: Fiction, Thriller, Short Story

Release Date: November 3rd 2015

Format: eBook

Page Count: 103

ISBN: 9780804188975

My Review


The Fall Up

Author: Aly Martinez

Publisher: N/A

Genre: New Adult, Romance

Release Date: October 26th 2015

Format: eBook

Page Count: N/A

ISBN: N/A

My Review


A Darker Shade final for IreneA Darker Shade of Magic

Author: V.E. Schwab

Narrator: Steven Crossley

Audio Book Provider: Audible

Publisher: Tor Books

Genre: Fantasy, Magic

Release Date: April 21st 2015

Total Length: 11 hours 34 mins

Audible Link: A Darker Shade of Magic

My Review

 


locke-key-1-welcome-to-lovecraft-hc-w-logosLocke & Key (Audible Audio Drama)

Author: Joe Hill | Illustrator: Gabriel Rodriguez

Cast: Haley Joel Osment, Tatiana Maslany, Kate Mulgrew + Full Cast

Audio Book Provider: Audible

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Genre: Horror, Fantasy

Release Date: October 5th 2015

Total Length: 13 hours 26 mins

Audible Link: Locke & Key

My Review

 


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Author: Rainbow Rowell

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Genre: Fantasy, Magic

Release Date: September 10th 2013

Format: Hardcover

Page Count: 445

ISBN: N/A

My Review

 

 

2 thoughts on “November 2015 Reading Wrap Up

    1. I took quite a while to get to it myself! Although I did enjoy it, I wouldn’t say I absolutely loved it. It was definitely entertaining and I was surprised that it wasn’t just a standard cliche contemporary 🙂

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