Booking Ahead: November 2017

Booking Ahead is a feature on Pages and Tea where I glance through my never-ending TBR list/pile and select a few potential reads for the coming month. If I’m not reading books I love talking about books I’d like to read, so this post is a perfect excuse to do just that.

Welcome to another Booking Ahead.
Autumn is well under way and I’m in the mood for some slightly scary, gothic-themed reads this month. I think I’ll also try to fit in at least one modern day setting as well.

New Books

The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell – Newly-widowed Elsie Bainbridge goes to stay at The Bridge, the old mansion belonging to her late husband’s family. There she finds the house surrounded by a sinister history, and a group of wooden figures, known as silent companions, that may be more than they first appear.

The Crow Garden by Alison Littlewood – Another gothic sounding tale of an asylum doctor who becomes involved in the case of a particular patient who has been deemed to suffer from ‘hysteria’ by her husband. There may be more to it than that though. I really hope I get around to reading this because it sounds really good.

Origin by Dan Brown – The latest offering from Dan Brown featuring Robert Langdon. I’ve read the other Langdon books so I’ll certainly check out this one. A couple of people have told me they flew through this in a couple of days, so I’m guessing it must be pretty readable.

Books from the Backlist

I haven’t selected any particular titles from my huge backlist this month. If I manage to get through the above books I’ll definitely choose a backlist title for my next read, but I think those three new books will probably be enough to keep me busy throughout November.


What are you hoping to read this month? Have you read of my picks, and if so what did you think?
See you again next month for another Booking Ahead.

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12 thoughts on “Booking Ahead: November 2017

    • pagesandtea says:

      I don’t have that much more of The Silent Companions left to read now. I’ll be sad to get to the end as I’ve enjoyed it so much. Will try to get my review up soon after I’m done, then onto The Crow Garden 😊

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