I've now blown past my Goodreads Reading Challenge goal of 75 books, which was my previous high. At the end of November, I managed to devour 95 books in 2022. There is no question that the difference in my literary consumption is the speed with which I devour books in an audible format. I am particularly enjoying memoirs but I've also found that epics are quick and manageable when sped up to 1.5 and consumed while I'm otherwise engaged. I'm tackling classics that have been on my TBR for years, and that has freed me up to really go after my NetGalley TBR list. In addition to my audible memoir fetish, I read some really good thrillers this month. If you enjoy thrillers, be sure to check out my reviews!
I managed to get through 10 titles in November. Some I really enjoyed and others I just got through. In order of date completed, here are my November 2022 reads & reviews. To see the full review, click on the photo.
As always, reach out for specific recommendations. I LOVE talking about books. Extra thanks to my friends who recommended some of these titles.
Spilled Milk by K.L. Randis
Memoir, Audible, Female Author
One of the Girls by Lucy Clarke
NetGalley, Thriller, Female Author
Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing by Matthew Perry
The Ugly Cry by Danielle Henderson
Memoir, Female Authors, Audible, BIPOC Authors
The Soulmate by Sally Hepworth
Domestic Thriller, NetGalley, Female Authors
Oh William! by Elizabeth Strout
NetGalley, Contemporary Fiction, Pulitzer Prize Winner, Female Author
Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi
Historical Fiction, Audible, Female Authors, BIPOC Authors
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Science Fiction, Classics, Audible
41-Love: A Memoir by Scarlett Thomas
Memoir, NetGalley, Female Authors
Don't You Cry by Mary Kubica
Thriller, Audible, Female Authors