o/t: leisure reading during November

A reasonable cluster of books read this month, especially since one of them (Night Film) is really quite long and a couple of the others are longish, and especially since the Philcon weekend, my birthday and Thanksgiving between them disrupted life quite a lot. Oh, and there was an abandonment as well. (In line with my general policy, the abandoned book isn’t listed here.)

I can’t decide whether the pick of the bunch was Night Film or Syndrome E – both were memorably good – while a couple of the others were splendid as well. All in all, then, a pretty satisfying month’s leisure reading.

As always, the links lead to my often hasty Goodreads notes.



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