Origin- Dan Brown
I got my dad the latest Dan Brown book for his birthday in October, so when he finished it I read it, it was like the other books in the Robert Langdon series, and you could really tell that a lot of research had been put into it, as with all of Brown’s books.
Wigs on the Green- Nancy Mitford
I got this book from the library, having adored her other books, and I found this one a little different. The humorous tone of the book was the same as the others, but the story was totally different. I did enjoy it though.
Oranges are not the Only Fruit- Jeanette Winterson
This book has a little story behind it; I went to the self service machine at the library to take it out, and the screen said go to the desk, so I did, and the librarian told me that it was a lost book that I had found, yay me. Anyway, on to the actual book. It was kind of a difficult read, the premise of the story was interesting enough, but I just wasn’t hooked.
The Naked Lunch- William S Burroughs
I actually really did not like this book at all; I know it’s supposed to be a modern classic, but I just didn’t like it at all. I’m not going to say anything more about it.
Undercover Princess- Connie Glynn
The last book I read in November was the debut novel by youtuber Noodlerella. I loved the story of the book, it was perfectly whimsical and a lovely book to read.