Sundown Rundown – November 2020

Hey there, book devourers!

November has gone past pretty fast. Filled with holiday togetherness and also apart-ness, making it a difficult month. however, it has gone by pretty fast. While the sun sets sooner and it’s getting colder, I’ve still got a wrap-up for you. So, while the sun sets on November take a scroll through to catch up on reviews you might’ve missed!

Sword and Pen (The Great Library #5)

Author: Rachel Caine


The final battle to protect knowledge and all of its power comes to a head. There is so much to lose and so much more to gain.

Tales of the Slayer

Author: Doranna Durgin (and many more)

Simon & Schuster

In every generation a Slayer is born…and in this volume there are tales of many and their fight against evil.

The June Boys

Author: Courtney C. Stevens


From June to June of the following year, the Gemini Thief takes and hold onto a small handful of boys and then releases them. This time it’s changed. This time one of the June Boys turns up dead. Thea is determined to find her cousin, also taken by the Gemini Thief before he possibly turns up dead next.

The Slippery Slope (ASOUE #10)

Author: Lemony Snicket


Violet and Klaus take on a dangerous journey through the Mortmain Mountains to catch up to Count Olaf to rescue Sunny from his clutches and to finally see the headquarters of VFD.

Favorite book this month: Sword and Pen really pulled my emotions all over the place and got my blood pumping with adrenaline as Caine took me through the final battle to save the Great Library. Vivd, rich, and absolutely stunning.

Least favorite book this month: The June Boys took forever to read because it just couldn’t keep my attention and had me confused on more than one occasion. Me and this book just didn’t work out.

See you in December, loves!

More to come soon…


Find Me:



What book did you love this month? Let’s chat in the comments below!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: