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November 2010 Reading!

Better late than never!

November Reading:

74. Side Jobs, by Jim Butcher (432 pages)
Awesome stories! Getting to learn how Murphy and Harry met was great. The side jobs were awesome. And the last story in there... Just, wow. I really can't wait until Ghost Story!

75. Deadtown, by Nancy Holzner (326 pages)
Really interesting urban fantasy. Reminded me a little of Kim Harrison, but I really like the lead character in this one. Also, zombies are cool.

76. Stupid Perfect World, by Scott Westerfeld (58 pages)
I really liked this. I like his futuristic utopia novels, and this short story was really good.

77. Thinner Than Water, by Justine Larbalestier (54 pages)
This was a beautiful and sad story. Definitely love it. Involves fae.

November book pages: 870

Total book pages: 23,355

Progress: 77/100


50. Serenity: The Shepherd's Tale, by Joss Whedon, Zack Whedon, and Chris Samnee (56 pages)
Nice to learn about Shep's past. Different than I expected, but good.

51. The Boys: The Innocents, by Garth Ennis (184 pages)
Man, you know what's going to happen, but it's hard to read.

November comic book/manga pages: 240

Total comic book/manga pages: 9,399

Progress: 51/50


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Tags: dystopia, graphic novel, post-apocalypse, short stories, supernatural, television, urban fantasy, vampires, werewolves, young adult, zombies

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