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November TBR

So last Month's TBR was such a crashing success, I think I'll follow the same format. Which is, don't be too ambitious. Keep it real.

Songs for the Deaf by John Henry Fleming - I actually plan to finish this one up today. I have two stories left. I have really enjoyed this one. This is the book club pick this month. I'm reading it early so we can have enough copies for everyone to read.

Moranthology by Caitlin Moran - I'm really hoping to wrap this up tomorrow. That may be ambitious, but it will get done shortly. These are highly entertaining essays.

The Republic of Imagination by Azar Nafisi - I'm super excited about this one. I love her work so much.

Y: the Last Man by Brian K Vaughan - This is the first in a graphic novel series. I heard it was good. Something about a virus that kills off all men except this one guy.

Prince Lestat by Anne Rice - Oh yeah! I forgot! This is one is currently winging its way to my library with my name on it. Pretty excited about this one. Not gonna lie.

What We See When We Read by Peter Mendelsund - This one looks really interesting. It's about how the brain works when we read different types of things. Lots of diagrams and fun pictures.

Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas by Stephanie Barron - Yayayayayay! A new Jane Austen mystery!!! Hopefully this comes in before the end of the month.

So that's a pretty good list, right?

What are you reading in November?

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