books I read in November


On one hand, I can’t believe the year is almost over.

On the other hand, I started making gingerbread and finished all my Christmas shopping weeks ago.

Books I read in November:

  1. Rich People Problems, by Kevin Kwan
    I just can’t help myself. It’s so bad but so good.
  2. The Night Gardener, by Jonathan Auxier
    This is supposed to be a young adult novel, but it’s terrifying. It was kind of wonderful, however.
  3. Home from the Vinyl Cafe, by Stuart McLean
    I love these stories.
  4. Alys, Always, by Harriet Lane
    This was well-written, but not one of the characters was likeable.
  5. Dark Matter, by Blake Crouch
    One of the most enjoyable books I’ve read in a long, long time. I had no idea what this was going to be about when I started it, which I think made the twists even twistier. This was so good.
  6. Wayward, by Blake Crouch
    I waited way too long between the first book and this one, so I spent most of the book trying to remember what had happened. Still, it was a fun read.
  7. Nudge, by Richard H. Thaler
    Really enjoyable, for a book about economics.
  8. The Last Town, by Blake Crouch
    This was ridiculous in the best and worst way possible. I finished it in one night.

YTD Reading Tally: 71.


Spicy gingerbread made from Smitten Kitchen’s recipe

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