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Book Reads in November, 2013

Since it is the new month of December (and it's barely two days old)... As is my standard usage of my blog space at or near the beginning of the month, I present the listing of my November, 2013 reads.

Books Read in November, 2013

Above World by Jenn Reese

Helliconia Summer by Brian W. Aldiss (r)

November, 2013 Reader's Digest

Hillfolk: A Game of Iron Age Drama by Robin D. Laws et. al. (RPG)

Blood in the Snow edited by Robin D. Laws (RPG)

November, 2013 Locus

The Fuller Memorandum by Charles Stross

December, 2013 Reader's Digest

Mist by Susan Krinard

As you can see from the above reads, November, 2013 was a pretty slow, not too great month of reading, primarily because I spent most of the month sick and the sinus pain and pressure didn't really give me a lot of desire to read. I didn't read any comics in November, but I did start to catch up on a bit of DVD viewing, and that also contributed to this. The real surprise read this month was Above World by Jenn Reese, the first book in what is hyped as a Young Adult series, but actually has some interesting themes in it that would appeal to adults just as much.

Overall, I managed to read 4 novels, 2 RPG and RPG products, 3 magazines, 0 comics, and 0 graphic novels in November. This brings the year total in 2013 to a set of numbers that look like this: 58 books, 16 RPGs and RPG products, 25 magazines, 79 comics, and 2 graphic novels.
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