September Wrap-Up

What a month. I’m sorry I haven’t been posting regularly and putting my reviews up. Life has been so busy at work and I’ve also been taking a course, so I’ve been exhausted and had zero energy to blog. I’m hoping that I’ll have more time, come October, because a major project at work is now wrapping up and I think I’ll have a bit more time on my hands to do other things that I’ve just been too tired to do.

Anyway, here’s what a managed to read this month:

What I Read


Girls Burn Brighter by Shobha Rao (Reading Women 2020, YARC)

Pages: 309

Format: Audiobook (Library copy)

My Rating: Ok, But Not My Cup of Tea


|Related Post: Girls Burn Brighter Hot Take Review|


Sleeping Murder by Agatha Christie

Pages: 303

Format: Audiobook (Personal copy)

My Rating: Definitely Worth the Read


The Left-Handed Booksellers of London by Garth Nix (ARC)

Pages: 416

Format: eBook (ARC)

My Rating: Definitely Worth the Read


|Related Post: The Left-Handed Booksellers of London ARC Review |


The Girl Who Smiled Beads by Clemantine Wamariya (Book Riot 2020)

Pages: 275

Format: Hardcover (Library copy)

My Rating: Ok, But Not My Cup of Tea


With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo (Diversity Reading Challenge)

Pages: 392

Format: Audiobook (Library copy)

My Rating: Definitely Worth the Read


|Related Post: With the Fire On High Hot Take Review |


Bonfire by Krysten Ritter (#startonyourshelfathon)

Pages: 256

Format: Paperback (Personal copy)

My Rating: Ok, But Not My Cup of Tea


A Woman is No Man – Etaf Rum (Reading Women 2020)

Pages: 339

Format: Audiobook (Library copy)

My Rating: Definitely Worth the Read

Total Pages: 2,290


Total Books: 7


Favorite Book of the Month:

The Left-Handed Booksellers of London was just so much fun to read. I loved all the characters, the action, and the story was really captivating!

Least Favorite Book of the Month:

The Girl Who Smiled Beads just did not grab me like I was expecting. I learned a lot from Wamariya, but I just didn’t care for her narrative style. The order of it didn’t really do it for me and I didn’t really feel like I could take anything away from it, in the end, other than that war is horrendous and does terrible things to people.

How about you?

How was your month of reading? Did you meet any of your goals? What was your favorite book you read this month? Least favorite? Let me know in the comments!

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