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November Reading Round-Up

November was a trying month for me, literary-wise. It started well until I got to One Day, wherein I started to take a long time to finish them. In fact I should, by…rights?…have finished Wuthering Heights already but it’s a difficult read and I’ve not had as much time to spend reading. I have completed my goal to read double the amount of books as last year, which I’m very pleased about, and read my first Mills & Boon book. Hopefully I may be able to fit in a few more before the year is out.

All books are works of fiction.

The Books

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David Nicholls: One Day – Two people who know they should be together take years to figure it out. Too much like Cecelia Ahern’s Where Rainbows End.

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Kelly Hunter: Exposed: Misbehaving With The Magnate – On returning home a woman finds she still burns for her old love and luckily he still wants her. Surprisingly not too bad.

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Kimberly Derting: The Body Finder – A girl who can sense the bodies of murdered people aids the discovery of the killer. Very good young adult fiction.

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Pamela Samuels Young: Murder On The Down Low – A detective and a few lawyers solve the mystery of rich black men being murdered. Lots of information about law firms, tiny chapters, a good read.

I’d say my favourite this month was The Body Finder which broke a good few barriers, a little of each. And there is a part of me wanting to read another Mills & Boon to see whether I just happened to get lucky the first time.

Quotation Report

According to Emma of One Day, Dexter tends to introduce his girlfriends to her by bringing them as a dog does a pigeon and in Murder On The Down Low, a man who rarely smiles finds he’s lost the ability to bring such an expression to his face.

Now back to Wuthering Heights



December 2, 2010, 10:08 pm

I hate when I get stuck on one book, unless I’m really enjoying it. I just spent a week at home with my family, which was wonderful, but I think I read 50 pages, tops, of the chunkster I’m working on right now!

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