Sunday, December 18, 2022

Books Read: November 2022

I forgot this post for a couple of weeks, which is why it's appearing so late in the month. But, as always, it's mostly an index, and I think entirely for Future Me, so who cares?

Here's what I read this past month:

Bastien Vives, A Sister (digital, 11/5)

Jeff Lemire and Tyler Crook, Colonel Weird: Cosmagog (digital, 11/6)

John Le Carre, The Looking Glass War (11/7)

Sarah Andersen, Oddball (digital, 11/11)

Evan Dorkin, Veronica Fish, and Andy Fish, Blackwood: The Mourning After (digital, 11/12)

Manu Larcenet, Ordinary Victories, Vol. 1 (digital, 11/13)

Jasper Fforde, The Constant Rabbit (11/13)

Neil Gaiman and Collen Doran, Snow, Glass, Apples (digital, 11/19)

Koren Shadmi, Lugosi: The Rise and Fall of Hollywood's Dracula (digital, 11/20)

Bruce McCullough, Let's Start a Riot (11/20)

Mannie Murphy, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (11/23)

Megan Kelso, Who Will Make the Pancakes: Five Stories (digital, 11/24)

Jean Shpeherd, Wanda Hickey's Night of Golden Memories (11/24)

Jason Shiga, Adventuregame Comics, Vol. 1: Leviathan (11/25)

Will Henry, Wallace the Brave (digital, 11/26)

Haruki Murakami, First Person Singular (11/26)

Jean-Yves Ferri and Manu Larcenet, Back to Basics, Vol. 4: The Flood (digital, 11/27)

In December, I continued to read books, and I'll list them here sometime in the future.

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