How it is almost November? This year has absolutely flown me by, and I was hoping it would go a little slower seeing as I turn 30 in December! October has been a bit of a mixed reading month for me. On one hand it’s been amazing because I have loved every single book I have read, but on the other its been a bit of a slow reading month for me with me only getting through 6 books. How have all your October’s been reading wise? And what is your favourite read of the month? Let me know in the comments.
This is another prompt I have taken off Haf and Anneiks wonderfully spooky Blogtober challenge which you can find here.
The Guinevere Deception – Kiersten White
This book was awesome! I love books based around the Arthurian myth and White made this one all the more intriguing by having Guinevere as the main character. I flew through the pages and am eagerly anticipating the next book in the series. My review will l be going live tomorrow so keep your eyes peeled.
Maybe This Time – Jill Mansell
Anyone who knows me knows I am a huge Jill Mansell fan, she is one of my insta -buy authors and her books never fail to cheer me up. This one did not disappoint. Truly easy reads that are like a rom-com in book format.
The 100 – Kass Morgan
I’ve been a fan of the show for a while so when I saw the first book on offer on Amazon I couldn’t resist. Significantly different from the show, there were some characters I knew and others I had never heard of. It was a really quick read, and I found it interesting to see the differences between the show and book. I will definitely be picking up the rest of the series at some point.
Below – Alexandria Warwick
The author contacted me a while ago with an offer to read this book based around Inuit mythology and I simply couldn’t pass up the chance. This is definitely one to look out for in 2020 and my review will go live in November with a interview with the author closer to the release date.
Darkdawn – Jay Kristoff
Ok! So this book blew me away. I knew it was going to be good but Kristoff knocked it out of the park. The perfect ending to one of my favourite fantasy series. I don’t want to say too much because spoilers, but you NEED to pick up this series asap.
Ninth House – Leigh Bardugo
Ok so technically as I’m writing this I haven’t finished this yet, but I am SO close and will definitely have finished it before the end of the month so its not cheating right? It is beyond good so far, and I needn’t have worried about Leigh’s transition into Adult fantasy because I was hooked from the first page.
So that was my reading month. Some of these books were on my most anticipated of the year and others were a pleasant surprise but I loved every single one of them. Have you read any of these yet? Or are any of these on your TBR?