Welcome to another Monthly Summary on Pages and Tea.
November turned out to be a great month of reading variety.
It started with the magic and romance of Shades of Milk and Honey, a Regency era Austen-esque tale of two sisters and their various acquaintances. It’s the first in the Glamourist Histories series and if the rest are as entertaining I think it’s a series I will continue reading.
From magical romance I moved into the territory of Gothic horror with Mexican Gothic. Such a contrast. I became engrossed in the tale of High Place and the ghastly goings-on at this old ancestral home of the Doyle family as a young socialite is called upon to investigate whether her recently married cousin is safe with her new family.
And from High Place I ventured next to the Invisible Library. Looks like I’ve discovered a new series to read. I won’t say more about this one at the moment as it’s my current ongoing read.
The End of the Year Book Tag made an appearance on the blog this month. I’ve completed this tag in previous years and thought it would be nice to revisit it now.
Here’s what happened on Pages and Tea during November…
Hallowe’en Party (Poirot #39) by Agatha Christie
Shades of Milk and Honey (Glamourist Histories #1) by Mary Robinette Kowal
Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia