Can you guys believe that it’s October already? And i am yet to reach the halfway mark of Goodreads goal (but that’s mostly to do with the fact that my lazy tush doesn’t really keep up with updating her read reviews on the site; on time *face palm*)
The month of September was a slow read month for me; not because I didn’t have time, I just didn’t have the enthusiasm to read this month; I don’t know why, but I didn’t yet I did manage to read some very interesting and diverse set of books!
I would also love to hear your recommendations from the books YOU read in September; and if they are graphic novels, then all the better for it! *grins*
Without further ado, not a lot of books on this list; but the ones I have recommended (not in any particular order) are some that I have definitely enjoyed with everything in me.
ONE GOOD DEED by David Baldacci
A slow burn historical crime fiction that will engage not your spidey senses but also your imagination, it is a definite must for you, if you are already David Baldacci fan or a fan of this genre.
DARKDAWN (Nevernight Chronicles #3) by Jay Kristoff
Darkdawn is the bloody entertaining and vicious twisted end to a trilogy that always gave the unexpected. Yes, the conclusion is predictable at times, but somehow does end up satisfying my need for closure.
Disclaimer though; you will need to read the first two books in the trilogy to understand the events in Darkdawn.
BEARD WITH ME (Winston Brothers #6) by Penny Reid
Beard With Me is a romance fiction; I really wouldn’t classify it as a love story; it is a prequel to one of my favourite series of all times and the series that gave me my obsession with bearded heroes – it is heartbreaking yet at the same time full of hope; enough that you won’t be disappointed when the book ends.
HEARTSTOPPER VOL 1 & VOL 2
Very quick reads – but somehow all the more adorable and cute – the graphic illustrations give it all more the reason to connect with the characters – plus, the author is a favourite of mine, for she has the ability to make diverse characters seem relatable.
Cannot wait to get my hands on the rest of the volumes!