November just flew by, at that pace I will completely miss to register autumn this year. At the beginning of the month I had a glorious experience of a flight schedule to last two hours being delayed by 15 hours, they didn’t even bother to cancel it, lovely.
Then I spent a week in Denver, experiencing my first full-blown jet-lag (somehow New York was easier) and spending almost all of my time at work. I did manage to squeeze in a visit in a bookstore there, but that was as much as I saw of the city.
During this week work has taken over again, so my reading despite very long flights was not thriving. I was happy to finally be able to spend a full weekend at home, even if it was already the first weekend in December.
Here is what I read this month (better than October, but still not at my usual pace):
70. Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold – Stephen Fry (r)
69. The Good People – Hannah Kent (r)
68. Bezsenność w Czasie Karnawału – Janusz Głowacki (r)
67. By Nightfall – Michael Cunningham (r)
66. Complicity – Iain Banks (r)
Photo by Violetta Kaszubowska