My Wonderful Reading Year – November 2021. The Journey Continues.

Well summer is now over and autumn is in full flow in my garden! The leaves are starting to drop and the nights are drawing in. My thoughts are drifting towards books that will keep me company on the dark winter nights. I can’t wait to delve into stories that have sat on my shelves for a long time and new exciting releases soon to come.

The first book I finished in November was GB Williams thriller The Chair. Packed full of drama and excitement, it pits villain against the might of a mountain and the people who live within it’s embrace.

Next came Taylor Jenkins Reid’s superb Daisy Jones & The Six. I loved the unusual format, the characters and the way the era was brought to life. I definitely plan to read more by this author!

Chris Packham’s Fingers In The Sparkle Jar – A Memoir has sat on my bookshelves for quite some time, so I picked it up and delved right in. It is moving, funny and utterly brilliant.

My final read of November was The Quiet People by Paul Cleave, a superb thriller, full of drama it its very best.

Another quieter reading month for me, but an enjoyable one and that is what counts. Enjoy your reading in December.

5 thoughts on “My Wonderful Reading Year – November 2021. The Journey Continues.

  1. Kath says:

    I absolutely loved Daisy Jones and the Six and kept googling in the hope that the band’s Spotify playlist would reveal itself… I also have Chris Packham’s memoir on my tbr shelves!

    You’ve read a good mix of titles and four books still averages out at one a week. Given the UK average is 6 books a year, I’d say you’re doing exceptionally well. Gold star to you!

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