My reading in November was quirky:
Bright Young Things by Anna Godberson (my shelf): Ugh. So wanted this to be as good as The Luxe series. It was not.
The Red Garden by Alice Hoffman (library): This deserves a much longer review but suffice it to say I loved Hoffman's writing and will search for more of her prose.
Jacqueline West (library): I loved this little series-perfectly creepy with a strong young female heroine. I reviewed it here.
Catherynne M. Valente (library): I waxed poetically about this book here after just a few chapters. The book stayed consistently superb. The vocabulary alone puts it in a category all its own. I had to look words up. Such a treat. The author's website offers a preview of the book. Go on click and check it out!
Rick Riordan (my shelf): I don't love it as much as The Lightning Thief but it is a good adventure with mixed race siblings. I love learning about ancient Egypt. I've had this on my shelf since it was first published-glad to be finally crossing it off my list. The same nephew that was responsible for bringing in the salmon was a little disgusted with me-he's read ALL of Riordan's books-some more than once! He was all like "well, have your read The Son of Neptune??" Ahh, not yet.
What have you been reading??