My wrap up for September
I read a total of 15 books this month, 12 of them ARC’s! (thank you to all the wonderful publishers!). I was on holiday at the end of the month and I feel so grateful we are able to travel around in our state. We have some lovely places to see. I don’t like taking too many of my physical books on holiday with me, so I tried to read as many as possible of the e-arc’s I had on my kindle!
My 4.5 / 5 stars for this month were:
The Other Side of the Sky: A beautiful, magical read. I was not prepared for how much I would fall in love with it!
A Dance With Fate: The sequel to The Harp of Kings, this is shaping up to be one of my all time favourite series! If you haven’t started it yet, click the link to check out my review of book 1.
A Misplaced Child: A super fun book about a girl moving between two worlds. I was honoured to host a tour for this book through my tour company, Read the Book Tours!
The Girl Who Was Taken: I’ve still been making my way through all of Charlie Donlea’s books and I’m enjoying them so much!
Grown: This book is a new favourite. Confronting and sad, I think this book is an important read and I highly recommend it!
Stranger in the Lake: A roller coaster ride with several mysteries coming together for a brilliant end, I loved this twisty thriller!
Don’t Believe It: Another book in my quest to read all of Charlie Donlea’s books!
Boyfriend Material: I’ve been meaning to read this one for a while and I’m so glad I got around to it! Equal parts funny and heartbreaking, I loved these characters with my whole heart.
Kingdom of the Wicked: This was one I was slightly afraid to read because it was at the top of my highly anticipated list, but it was every bit as wonderful as I hoped it would be! If you read one book this spooky season, make it this one!
As usual, clicking on the pics below will take you to my reviews (Some reviews may not be live on my blog yet as I post them on the book’s release date due to publisher’s requests, so keep your eye on my blog for those reviews in October) 🙂
Let me know in the comments what your favourite read was for September!