November was a slow reading month. Work was a little stressful this month and it affected my reading a bit. I just can't get used to early mornings and before I can even pick up a book at night, I'm dreaming away absolutely shattered. I did manage to read 5 books though and one was a little chunky so I'm happy I managed to squeeze it in before the month ended. I read 4 review books (which I have yet to review but will do so asap!) for Netgalley November. My first book of the month was Taste of Darkness by Maria V Snyder and I was so excited to read this as I loved her two previous books in the series. It was an amazing ending to one of my favourite series of the year. I picked Witchstruck up not knowing if I'd enjoy it or not as I haven't read much books to do with witches. It was such an interesting book and I loved the mix of historical fiction and magic! Shadowplay was such an intriguing and complex book full of mystery and magic and I really enjoyed it. The last review book was Pawn and it really surprised me. It was exciting and full of twists and turns that upped up the suspense and gave a fresh spin on all of the dystopian books out there at the moment.
My favourite book of the month - or my whole existence that is - was The Book Thief. I can't put into words how beautiful and earth shattering this book is. It was so perfect and so incredibly sad. I just sad there in shock after finishing the last line. It was beautiful.
Books Read in November:
Taste of Darkness - Maria V Snyder (5*)
Witchstruck - Victoria Lamb (3*)
Shadowplay - Laura Lam (4*)
Pawn - Aimee Carter (4*)
The Book Thief (5* x100)