Hello wonderful people! How are you? I’m here with the first recap post for this November and I am quite confused… where all the month went? I had hoped to write some reviews, at least, and maybe a meme or two and instead, I am here with the recaps… That’s not good, not good at all!
But, on the good side, I had a great November. It was a great month for my life (even if not so great for my health) and for my reading. Okay, it wasn’t so good for my blog and for my e-reader (my Kobo tragically died at the beginning of the month, and it was a tragedy!) but I had a great time, I relaxed, I enjoyed myself and I had so much fun taking part to the #Mythothon! So, dear Fox and Fairy Tales thank you, thank you, thank you!
Well. okay, I may not be the best graphic out there, that’s true, but all in all, this look quite good, or at least, I have checked out a lot of prompts! I had planned a TBR for November, with 10 titles in it, but I went way above that! I have read 19 books and I liked all of them, sort of. Anyway, some of them were really great, so they compensate for the others that weren’t so good.
Zeus – Rook by Sharon Cameron (appreciated it a lot)
Hebe – Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson (meh)
Hermes – Petr the Latvian by Georges Simenon (interesting)
Aphrodite – Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff (loved it!)
Hydra – Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness (better than the second, worst than the first one)
Iris – Battlestar Suburbia by Chris McCrudden (a pleasant read)
Ancient Greece – The Carte of “La Providence” by Georges Simenon (interesting)
Dionysus – The Tatoo Thief by Alison Belsham (good, but I was expecting more)
Free Space – Waistcoats & Weaponry by Gail Carriger (loved it!)
Hephaestus – Perfect World 2 (a reading full of feeling)
Herakles – Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman (such a touching reading)
Gaea – The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N.K. Jemisin (fascinating)
Artemis – Magic Stars by Ilona Andrews (aww *_*)
Athena – Magic Triumphs by Ilona Andrews (loved it!)
Persephone – Che Sfiga! (nice but I was hoping for more fun)
Apollo – La poesia romena del ‘900 by Marco Cugno (great reading!)
Hades – Peril in the Old Country by Sam Hooker (that was fun!)
Demetra – Watersnakes by Tony Sandoval (amazing art and enjoyable story)
I could have put a little bit more effort in there and finished the board, but I didn’t want to overdo myself, and I had a really great time anyway. In all the month I enjoyed myself with this event and relaxed during my vacation (it was so great!). So I am really happy about it all.
And what about you, people? Have you participated to Mythothon??? Or to other similar events? Let me know!