My wrap up for November
November is always that funny month that feels like the month before everything gets crazy busy. Of course, I try to cram as much stuff as possible in, with the vague hope that it’ll make my December less crazy. It never works though. So I read 13 books this month, which is a bit less than I usually read, but so many of them were absolute new favourites that I didn’t mind!
My 4.5 / 5 stars for this month were:
The Witchling’s Girl: THIS BOOK. If you’re looking for another perfect witchy read, this was absolutely amazing. Dark and brooding, just the way I love witch books to be, I’d highly recommend getting your hands on this one when it releases in January!
The Maverick: I was honoured to be able to present the tour for The Maverick, via Read The Book Tours. A powerful book about a woman taking back her power after experiencing sexual assault at the hands of her boss, I am really looking forward to the rest of the books in this series!
China Blonde: Another book I was so happy Read the Book Tours could host a book tour for! China Blonde was an eye opening, sometimes heart stopping and often funny look at Nicole’s journey as an expat living in China.
Magic Lessons (Practical Magic #0.1): The prequel to the prequel of Practical Magic, Magic Lessons was a beautiful witchy read about the origins of the curse the follows the Owen’s women.
The Wind from the Rift: The second book in the Price of Magic series, The Wind from the Rift is a fantastic fantasy with a dark sorceress, a shapeshifter and plenty of magic!
Dead Man in a Ditch: I loved The Last Man in Sunder City and this sequel was just as fun! Dark and gritty but with brilliant dry humour, if you’re a fan of Terry Pratchett or Jim Butcher, I’d recommend picking this series up!
Below: A stunning story of a face stealing demon and the girl who’ll stop at nothing to retrieve her sister’s face. I absolutely loved this book and can’t wait to read the rest of the series! If you’re a fan of The Labyrinth and Wintersong, you’ll love this one.
The Good Sister: A fantastic domestic thriller with a great cast of characters. This one kept me guessing!
The Magpie Society: An excellent boarding school based murder mystery, with a cliffhanger ending. If you loved the way Truly Devious continued mysteries throughout the series, this one seems like it’s going to go a similar way and I’m so there for it!
As usual, clicking on the pics below will take you to my reviews (Some reviews may not be live on my blog yet as I post them on the book’s release date due to publisher’s requests, so keep your eye on my blog for those reviews in December) 🙂
Let me know in the comments what your favourite read was for November!