1. Pudding, flan, frozen and smooshed bananas with peanut butter

  2. That's what I keep hearing! I've only read one Hemingway. I'm surprised the group hasn't gotten to this one

  3. What I love is the TFL ads at bus stops that basically ask do you really want to take a bus? Maybe you could walk there?

  4. 3] Being Invisible is definitely the biggest theme of the book (hello, it's the title) but anger and betrayal also play such strong parts in the story. Did you relate to the narrator's emotions while reading? What about his perceptions about being invisible?

  5. I don't know if I related to the narrator because he was not only buffeted by forces he didn't understand, he thought he was playing them to his advantage when it was patently not the case. Like, he didn't understand the world he was in at any point in this novel. Not only outside of history, outside of understanding...

  6. I’ve heard a lot of good things about this one. Definitely want to read it!

  7. I don’t think they have the zeal to do it, although the talent is there.

  8. Leaving behind Spooktober I buried myself in cozy Christmas themed distractions. Mostly Christmas themed books by Jenny Colgan and a lightweight cozy murder mystery series based in a Christmas themed tourist town by Vicki Delany. Here is the full list -

  9. The last book I finished before this month was back in April, and in November I've read 5 books! I'm very proud of myself to be honest and very happy to be joining this community in December. Let's see how it goes!

  10. I do reviews too and love reading other people’s! See you in a a discussion or two!

  11. Unless they are super sentimental, I cut out the pretty parts and use as gift tags the following year.

  12. Trust me, the pajama crowd doesn’t care. Go all out-just be aware of liquid restrictions.

  13. Agree. Or other species lol but in the end it’s a real humanist philosophy ironically

  14. Or is Addams going deeper saying that the point of life is more complex than a simple equation 🤔🤔 I'm not sure how we get from 54 to 42 (other than the obvious, subtracting 12)

  15. I’m interested in The Weekend Cook by Angela Hartnett because I want to get into pasta making next year!

  16. I’m really enjoying Connie Willis’s short story collection, A Lot like Christmas

  17. If I liked Mexican Gothic will I like Gods of Jade? Some fun reading on your list!

  18. Thank you! I actually preferred Gods of Jade and Shadow. I would say the biggest difference is in Gods of Jade there are multiple settings and it is more of a hero’s journey type plot. It is a little less dark than Mexican Gothic.

  19. Put them in a pretty bowl or on a shiny tray as a center piece. Hang them from chandelier or light fixture (obvs if it works) or add to a mantle.

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