GOODBYE TO OCTOBER!

Where did October go?  I know that I enjoyed several books, but I am still not up to speed.  Here are my two favorites of the month, but they vied with some others, too.

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Genres:

      Mysteries, Thrillers:  4

     Contemporary Fiction:  4

     Nonfiction:  2

     Literary Fiction:  1

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And here are the books I read; click titles for my reviews.

OCTOBER 2020:

1.Confessions on the 7:45 (e-book), by Lisa Unger – (352 pages) – (mystery) – 10/13/20

2.Invisible Girl (e-book), by Lisa Jewell – (353 pages) – (mystery) – 10/27/20)

3.Library of Lost & Found, The (e-book), by Phaedra Patrick – (368 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 10/11/20

4.Life in Pieces (e-book),by Dawn O’Porter (320 pages) – (memoir) – 10/9/20

5.Lost for Words Bookshop, The (e-book), by Stephanie Butland – (335 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 10-24-20)

6.Rage (e-book), by Bob Woodward – (480 pages) – (memoir) – 10/16/20

7.Remain Silent (e-book), by Susie Steiner – (307 pages) – (mystery) – 10/19/20

8.Return to Virgin River (e-book), by Robyn Carr – (258 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 10/20/20

9.To Tell You the Truth (e-book), by Gilly Macmillan – (320 pages) – (thriller) – 10/3/20

10.Truth About Melody Browne, The (e-book), by Lisa Jewell – (359 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 10/6/20

11.You Should Have Known (e-book), by Jean Hanff Korelitz – (437 pages)  (literary fiction) – 10/30/20

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NUMBER OF BOOKS READ IN OCTOBER 2020:    11

NUMBER OF PAGES READ IN OCTOBER 2020: 3,889

BOOKS READ YTD: 117

FAVORITE TITLES: 

Confessions on the 7:45, by Lisa Unger

Rage, by Bob Woodward

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How did your month go?  Stop on by and share.

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8 thoughts on “GOODBYE TO OCTOBER!

  1. You read some good varied books. I want to read the Mary Trump book and maybe I will. They say it explains a lot. Definitely would have to be on my Kindle so as to avoid the cover! All the best for November reading.

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  2. That’s a very good reading month; good blend of fiction and NF. I just got Disloyal; Cohen from the library so hope to dig in. You liked Confessions on the 7:45 a lot more than me. Maybe it was because I had the audio – not sure.

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  3. This is a good blend of genres ! I’d love to read the book on Trump but at the same time, I kind of not want to see him or hear about him for some time to regain some measure of peace 😉

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    • Oh, yes, I loved the mix….and I feel the same about not wanting to see Trump again! But I had to read it before so I could finally close that chapter on him. LOL

      Enjoy your week and thanks for visiting, Iza.

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