Friday, October 11, 2019

Reading Recap: September 2019

Santa Monica sunset

I fell like I managed to pick up the reading vibe again, just a bit, in September. Here's what I finished:

Gardens of the Moon by Steven Erikson: A group of opposing factions are competing with each other for control of the world.

One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus: Four kids find themselves mixed up in a murder investigation. Are they all telling the truth? Or lying?

Maybe This Time by Kasie West: Our girl clashes with our boy when they meet each other at different events in the town throughout the year.

Wicked Fox by Kat Cho: Our girl is a gumiho, a Korean mythical creature who seduces men and then kills them. She doesn't want to kill people, she just wants to live and be as normal as she can.

Best of the month: Wicked Fox probably for it's uniqueness and interesting setting.

Plans for October:

  • read the book club book (already DONE!)
  • start reading books for the Beehive Award long list

How's your reading going? Are you still with me?

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