o/t: leisure reading during October

A reasonable crop of books read during October, especially since I was mostly working my socks off through three of the month’s weeks and, for the fourth, was entertaining my darling daughter and grandson on an all too rare visit. I grow misty-eyed every time I think about how long it might be ’til we see each other again.

Anyway, here are the books, the links as usual being to my Goodreads notes:

 

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6 thoughts on “o/t: leisure reading during October

  1. October was an uneven reading month for me. Made it through a mediocre memoir dealing with cleaning out a deceased parent’s home, and then tried to read the 1933 dredge-fest “Anthony Adverse”. My word, it’s a long novel with long paragraphs and I just couldn’t finish it. It’s not without merit, but I’m not a very stalwart reader, I guess.

    However, at a used book sale, I squealed when I found a copy of “What Makes Sammy Run?” which I read practically in one sitting. Absolutely loved it. Have you read it?

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