November Reading Catch-up

November reading catch-up

In this episode, Nicole and Gayle have a relaxed discussion about the books they have read. Gayle also gives an update on her bookish project. They also talk about some series adaptations.


Yellowface by R F Kuang | Amazon | Bookshop

The Spare Room by Andrea Bartz | Amazon | Bookshop

Smacked by Eilene Zimmerman | Amazon | Bookshop

The Guest by Emma Cline | Amazon | Bookshop

Pete and Alice in Maine by Caitlin Shetterly | Amazon | Bookshop

The Country Of The Blind by Andrew Leland | Amazon | Bookshop

The Road To Dalton by Shannon Bowring | Amazon | Bookshop

The Book of Goose by Yiyun Li | Amazon | Bookshop


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  1. Mary E. wrote:

    Just finished as AMAZING book–“Absolution” by Alice Mc Dermott. Highly recommend it. Set in early 1960″s Vietnam, story follows the young wife of a CIA agent and her fellow American ex-pat housewives. Alice McDermott is really good author with unique story lines–also loved her “Charming Billy”.

    Posted 11.14.23 Reply