2013 Books About Books Reading Challenge | November Wrap-Up


Here are this month’s wrap-up questions. Please feel free to post a comment with responses to one, some, or all of these questions:

Which book(s) did you complete? What were your overall impressions?

How did your choice(s) inform your love or appreciation for books?

Would you recommend your book(s) to others? To whom would you recommend the book(s)? Why?

How were this month’s books similar to or different from past months?

Happy Reading in December, everyone!

— Justice

3 thoughts on “2013 Books About Books Reading Challenge | November Wrap-Up

  1. Christine @Buckling Bookshelves says:

    I didn’t review it yet, but I read one more book for this challenge last month, The World’s Strongest Librarian, by Josh Hanagarne. (I’m up to 4 out of 5, woohoo!). I listened to the audiobook and found it quite enjoyable. It did have a much bigger focus on religion than I had fully expected, but that is my own fault because the subtitle makes it quite obvious: “a Memoir of Tourette’s, Faith, Strength, and the Power of Family.” But it really is an interesting book that covers many different topics & struggles. And of course the snippets of life as a librarian and passages where he talks about how important books have been in his life were some of my favorite parts!

    I have several others to choose from to read in December so I can complete this challenge — the hardest thing will be deciding which one!


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