November 2017: #WrapUp

Tomorrow marks the start of the festive period so I’ll be putting up my Christmas tree and stocking up on Ferraro Rochers – but before I get all festive, let’s officially wrap up November by taking a look at all my bookish activity. A very mixed reading month, this month, some books I absolutely loved and some just weren’t to my liking – I guess you can’t love ’em all! I read a total of 16 books this month.

The Books:

The standout five star reads of the month were:

Lie To Me by J.T. Ellison

The Last Girl by Nadia Murad

Hell To Pay Rachel Amphlett

Tennison by Lynda LaPlante

Also read this month:

Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward

Bonfire by Krysten Ritter

Lies She Told by Cate Holahan

The Girl from the Sugar Plantation by Sharon Maas

The Puppet Master by Abigail Osborne

The Innocent Wife by Amy Lloyd

Force of Nature by Jane Harper

The Secret History by Donna Tartt

Zenka by Alison Brodie

The Death House by Sarah Pinborough

Hello Again by Brenda Novak

The Sinner by Petra Hammesfahr

Other bookish posts this month:

Urbane Unboxed: Box 7 – Don’t Mention Christmas

Book Box Unboxing: Ninja Book Box (Into the Future)

Book Haul: November 2017

Criminally Good Book Club:

Looking for an online book club? Come and read some criminally good books with us over on Instagram – @criminallygoodbookclub.

December’s book is Abandon by Blake Crouch

Abandon - Blake Crouch

On Christmas Day in 1893, every man, woman, and child in a remote gold-mining town disappeared, belongings forsaken, meals left to freeze in vacant cabins—and not a single bone was ever found.

One hundred sixteen years later, two backcountry guides are hired by a history professor and his journalist daughter to lead them to the abandoned mining town so they can learn what happened. Recently, a similar party had also attempted to explore the town and was never heard from again. Now the area is believed to be haunted. This crew is about to discover, twenty miles from civilization with a blizzard bearing down, that they are not alone, and the past is very much alive.


And that’s a wrap, folks, I wish you all a festive and bookish December!

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