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Books Read in November: Middle Grade, YA, and Adult Fiction

This is a list of the books that I read in November, 2009, broken up into Middle Grade Books, Young Adult Books, and Adult Fiction. It was a bit of a slow reading month, for various reasons. But I do hope to catch up on the ones that I haven't reviewed yet soon.

Middle Grade Books

  1. Angie Sage: Queste (Septimus Heap, Book 4). Katherine Tegen Books. Completed November 3, 2009. My review.
  2. Angie Sage: Syren (Septimus Heap, book 5). Katherine Tegan Books. Completed November 6, 2009. My review.
  3. Glenn Dakin: Candle Man, Book One: The Society of Unrelenting Vigilance. EgmontUSA. Completed November 15, 2009.

Young Adult Books

  1. Jordan Sonnenblick: After Ever After. Scholastic. Completed November 1, 2009. My review.
  2. Aprilynne Pike: Wings. HarperTeen. Completed November 10, 2009. My review.
  3. Alexander Gordon Smith: Lockdown: Escape from Furnace. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Completed November 12, 2009. My review.
  4. Laini Taylor: Lips Touch: Three Times. Arthur A. Levine Books. Completed November 25, 2009.

Adult Fiction

  1. Linwood Barclay: Too Close to Home. Bantam. Completed November 17, 2009.
  2. Sean Chercover: Trigger City. Harper. Completed November 22, 2009.

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