November Wrap Up


The Push by Ashley Audrain (🎧) 3.5⭐
Burnt Offerings by Robert Marasco 5⭐
Reprieve by James Han Mattson 4⭐
Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell (🎧) 3⭐
The Elementals by Michael McDowell 4⭐
Danse Macabre by Stephen King (🎧) 4⭐
Clown in A Cornfield by Adam Cesare 5⭐
Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala (🎧) 4⭐
The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig 5⭐
My Heart is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones 4⭐

10 books! (6 physical/4 audio)
4,050 pages!
Favorites: Burnt Offerings, Clown in A Cornfield, & The Book of Accidents

November flew by in the blink of an eye! My reading slowed down a lot compared to my normal volume, but my page count kept on pace thanks to the books I have sitting partially read in my current stack! I made solid progress on both FIRE & BLOOD and MONSTER, SHE WROTE throughout November and plan to finish them up this month.

While I might have finished fewer books than usual this month, it didn’t stop me from finding some new favorites! I solidified my love for Adam Cesare’s writing with my second book by him, CLOWN IN A CORNFIELD. I loved this slasher so much and I can’t wait for the sequel! I also fell head over heels in love with Chuck Wendig’s writing thanks to THE BOOK OF ACCIDENTS. I loved all of the 500+ pages in this beast of a read!

I’ve got a monster holiday TBR planned out that you all are definitely going to laugh at when you see my stacks later this week!

THE PUSH: Amazon Book Depository

BURNT OFFERINGS: Amazon Book Depository

REPRIEVE: Amazon Book Depository

INVISIBLE GIRL: Amazon Book Depository

THE ELEMENTALS: Amazon Book Depository

DANSE MACABRE: Amazon Book Depository

CLOWN IN A CORNFIELD: Amazon Book Depository

ARSENIC & ADOBO: Amazon | Book Depository

THE BOOK OF ACCIDENTS: Amazon Book Depository

MY HEART IS A CHAINSAW: Amazon Book Depository

Disclosure: What Jess Reads is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to This in no way influences my opinion of the above book.

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