November Wrap Up

So I only read 7 books this month and the majority of those were review copies I was trying to catch up on. If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter, you may have seen that my husband and I bought our first house! Which has been very exciting, but much more work then we were anticipating. So between packing and trying to get the house ready to move into, I haven’t had a lot of time to read. The books at the top are from my personal TBR and I either own them or borrowed them from my library’s e-lending program. The books on the bottom are ARCs or review copies sent to me from publishers.

Love Me in the Dark by Mia Asher  3/5 stars

Alias Grace by Margret Atwood  3.5/5 stars

Arsen: A Broken Love Story by Mia Asher  3.5/5 stars

 

The Integrity Advantage: Step Into Your Truth, Love Your Life by Kelley Kosow  4/5 stars

The Most Important Women of The Bible: Remarkable Stories of God’s Love and Redemption by Aaron Sharp, Elaina Sharp  4/5 stars

Pass It On: A Proverbs Journal for the Next Generation 4/5 stars

Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo  4/5 stars

 

So I had a Kindle Unlimited free trial, which is why I finally decided to read Mia Asher’s books, as they had been on my TBR for a while. I have to say, both of them involved cheating, so they weren’t my favorite and I have yet to write a full review for both of them. I enjoyed Love Me In The Dark over Arsen: A Broken Love Story. I’m fairly particular about NA and I did enjoy the characters and her writing, the subject matter just wasn’t my favorite. Alias Grace, which I also have yet to write a full review on, was the 2nd book by Margret Atwood I have read, the first being The Handmaid’s Tale. I enjoyed Alias Grace but it wasn’t my favorite Atwood, even though I have only read 2 of her books so far. And of course, I adore anythng that Leigh Bardugo writes, her characters and world building are always quite amazing. What was your favorite book you read this month?

 

 

4 thoughts on “November Wrap Up

    • smdillard says:

      I tend to use it for a few months and then cancel it, then renew when there are a bunch of books on my TBR on KU. I have so many physical books that I have yet to read so I am trying to make progress on those as well. It definitely is a really great service.

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  1. deborahkehoe says:

    I read a YA book called Everything All At Once by Katrina Leno. It caught me totally by surprise and I loved that about it. I haven’t reviewed it yet and am still mulling over which points I want to talk about. Love that too! You have some very serious titles on your list! I lean towards light hearted, LOL.

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