Another month has come and gone somehow, and the end of the year is fast approaching. Time sure flies when you read good books. Of the ten books I read this month, at least two will likely end up on my best of the year list. There were some great reads, a few good reads, and some not so good reads this month. Discover which books you should buy/borrow/pass in my November 2022 reading wrap up.
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One Woman’s War
If you’re a fan of historical fiction, James Bond, and glitz London nightclubs, this book is for you!
Hoffman has done it again! Fans of Practical Magic & The Rules of Magic will love this prequel.
All The Courage We Have Found
World War II fiction done right, but ends a bit abruptly. I wanted more.
All The Light We Cannot See
I think I’m the only histfic lover who didn’t absolutely love this book.
The Christmas Wish
One of the best holiday books I’ve ever read. If you need a LOL funny read, this is your book!
The Christmas Spirit
Well, I must be a scrooge because this book was a dud for me. Too much religion for my taste.
Our Missing Hearts
OMFG read this book. I literally have not stopped thinking about it since I finished weeks ago.
As a Downton Abbey fan, this one was exactly what I hoped it would be! Scandal galore!
The Santa Suit
Meh. It’s cute, but there are better holiday books. I found it too fluffy, but, again, I’m a scrooge.
One of the best books of the year, hands down. It’s a walk down memory lane in the best way!
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