Hello October. Can you believe it’s time to wrap up September already? At least we’re finally getting some fall weather after my complaints in last Sunday’s post. And by fall weather, I mean highs of only 80 degrees. The windows are open, fresh air has once again entered my home, and I am happy.
I’m going to do the recap a little differently this month so bear with me. I read eight books in September (and actually reviewed half of them!):
- Record Collecting for Girls by Courtney E. Smith
- The Lantern by Deborah Lawrenson (audio)
- Heads You Lose by Lisa Lutz and David Hayward
- The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
- Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (audio)
- Amsterdam by Ian McEwan
- Sloppy Firsts by Meghan McCafferty
- The King’s Speech by Mark Logue (audio)
My favorite book this month was Ready Player One, by least favorite was probably Amsterdam (sorry, Ben).
In addition to the four reviews posted above, I also reviewed these books this month:
- The Fox Inheritance by Mary E. Pearson
- Deadline by Mira Grant (audio)
- Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout
- The Hunger Games Trilogy audiobooks
- One of Our Thursdays is Missing by Jasper Fforde
- Divergent by Veronica Roth
For fun, I told you all about the new fall television shows I want to watch and what I think the are the best Buffy episodes. I participated in Book Blogger Appreciation Week where I shared the new blogging friends I have made this year; participated in a blogger interview swap; and explained how blogging has changed my reading. Finally, I posted the books everyone but me has read and the books I want to reread in audio for Top Ten Tuesday.
When I do the wrap-up this way, my month looks much more productive, huh?
What was the best book you read in September?