Hey bookish friends! November kind of flew by. I wasn’t very active on here, but personally November was a great mental health month and I enjoyed spending time with my family over Thanksgiving. Reading-wise, I read eight books, but it doesn’t feel that way because there were quite a few duds. I’m happy I read broadly, but the books weren’t very memorable. I acquired quite a few books in November, but I think I’ll save that for a separate post just to keep this short. Without further ado, i present my November 2019 wrap up!
- My favorite read this month was There’s Something About Sweetie by Sandhya Menon. I listened to it while working out in the morning and it was seriously a treat. Love Sweetie as a character.
- The Toll was one of my highly anticipated books of the year and the book I was most excited to read. I liked it, but I was also disappointed because there wasn’t enough Citra and Rowan in the conclusion. Definitely thought their role would be bigger. 3.5 stars, but rounded up for Goodreads.
- Nine Perfect Strangers was the worst book I read in November. I didn’t write a full review for it on here, but I did share my thoughts about it in I Read The Lowest Books On My TBR post.