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✨September Wrap-Up✨
I am super late and still haven‘t even posted reviews for all of these! 9 books, 1 nonfiction, 6 novels, 2 short story collections. Three in translation (from Danish, Spanish, Korean), plus authors from Nigeria and Australia, and one modern classic. All were by women! Favorite fiction title is tagged; the Speckled Monster was also an amazing read! #wrapup #septemberwrapup #septemberreads

BarbaraBB The tagged one sounds good indeed. #stacked 2mo
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Untitled | Unknown
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Fell way behind because of vacation 🎠🎡🎢

Favorite of the month: The Rules of Magic

Feeling like this might be a slow reading month, but as long as I get though one BoTM and one good spooky read, I'll be happy 🙂

#septemberwrapup #septemberreads

Linsy I loved that one too! ✨✨✨ 2mo
LittlePixels You have multiple good ones there! 📚💕 2mo
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Stepsister | Jennifer Donnelly
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It‘s time to talk about the books we read in September! Come watch my latest video and chat with me about your reads from last month! https://youtu.be/Y_Bhj5MAaxk

#booktube #septemberwrapup #monthlywrapup #booksreadinseptember #septemberreads #bookreviews #booktalk #goodreads #bookvideo #readersunite

EadieB @Butterflyamore The only book I read from your list is Recursion. I have a few books from Jennifer Donnelly and need to read them. I have the Tea Rose collection and Northern Lights and Revolution. I have the DI Patrick Lennon books from Mark Edwards which he wrote with Louise Voss. @Andrew65 read them and loved them and we have similar tastes. I hope to read them soon. Now I‘ll tell you about what I read in September in my next post. 2mo
EadieB @Butterflyamore I read 14 books and about 6 were mysteries from series I am reading. First off, my rating system is usually 3 stars is a so-so read, 4 stars is I liked it a-lot and 5 stars it was great! Anything below 3 I didn‘t like at all. 4:50 from Paddington by Agatha Christie was 4 stars, The Caller by Chris Carter was a 5 star read but his books are over the top gore but I read them with a group and we do enjoy them. 2mo
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EadieB @Butterflyamore Farewell My Lovely by Raymond Chandler was a 5 star read. I read this one for my 100 years mystery book challenge. I love those old time classics. A Better Man by Louise Penny was a disappointing 3 stars. I have read her series for 15 books and she needs to get back to writing about Three Pines village like her earlier books. Her last two have been off track. I think her reviews will wake her up as to what she needs to do. 2mo
EadieB @Butterflyamore After the Fire by Jane Casey is a 4 star read and a great series too! The Funeral Boat by Kate Ellis was 4 stars and another series read with a group. The Beekeepers Apprentice by Laurie R King was 5 stars. It is about Sherlock Holmes at the time of his retirement and Mary Russell who will be his new female partner. This was the 1st book in the series so I‘m looking forward to read more. I‘ll tell you next about the fiction books. 2mo
EadieB @Butterflyamore Hammer of Eden by Ken Follett which is a 4 star read. I am reading all his standalone books with @Andrew65 and @Tove_Reads and we are really enjoying his writing. What Rose Forgot is a 4 star read from NetGalley. Ask Again Yes is a 4 star. I think you may have read this one. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo was an excellent 5 star read. If you haven‘t read this yet, you should! Nights of Rain and Stars by Maeve Binchy was 4 stars 2mo
Andrew65 @EadieB Yes, totally loved the DI Patrick Lennon Books, I just wish they‘d write more. Hope you enjoyed them @Butterflyamore 2mo
Andrew65 The Caller by Chris Carter and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo were two of my favourite books in September along with The Moon Sister by Lucinda Riley. @eadieb @Butterflyamore 2mo
EadieB @Butterflyamore I‘m reading all of Binchy‘s books with another group and we enjoy them. They are books usually about Ireland and interesting unique characters. Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl is 4 star read. This book is very different. It is a YA book with many genres; magical realism, science fiction, psychological suspense. I read her Night Film book so I decided to try this one too. The Words Between Us is a 5 star read from NetGalley. 2mo
Butterflyamore @EadieB It sounds like a pretty good reading month for you! I definitely want to read more of books by Mark Edwards. I haven‘t read Ask Again, Yes yet but I do have it. I see so many positive things about Evelyn Hugo. I have to say that it has never appealed to me but I‘m hoping to do one thing outside of my comfort zone each month so I‘m sure I will read it eventually. 2mo
EadieB @Butterflyamore This last book i told you about is by Erin Bartels and I really liked her writing alot and her characters too. @Andrew65 Thanks for chiming in and confirming about the books we read in September! (edited) 2mo
Butterflyamore @Andrew65 The Moon Sister sounds interesting. I haven‘t read the DI Patrick Lennon books yet but I read The Retreat by Mark Edwards last month and loved it so I‘d definitely like to check out more of his work. 2mo
Andrew65 @Butterflyamore The whole Seven Sisters Series by Lucinda Riley is excellent. 2mo
Andrew65 @EadieB You Know me, can‘t not! James Rollins and James Oswald in October so should be another good month. 2mo
EadieB @Andrew65 Yes! I'm looking forward to reading those! Thanks again for joining in! 2mo
Andrew65 @Butterflyamore will be interested to see what you both think of the DI Patrick Lennon Books. @EadieB 2mo
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The Silent Patient | Alex Michaelides
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The City of Brass | S. A. Chakraborty
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I'm a little bit late, but here are my #SeptemberReads! I also tagged The City of Brass because I read most of that in September even though I finished it yesterday. You'll notice this final version looks nothing like my September TBR. I received my Kopp Sisters ebook ARC and threw over everything else I wanted to read. It was a good decision!

Quirkybookworm I LOVE the Kopp Sisters! I‘m excited to read the next one and it‘s ARC!! 2mo
jmtrivera @Quirkybookworm The Kopps were a delight! I read all 3 in a little over a week. 😊 2mo
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#SeptemberWrapUp #SeptemberReads

Pumpkinheads was so cute and The Chain was such a crazy ride.

kamoorephoto LOVED The Chain!! 2mo
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September | Rosamunde Pilcher
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It was a productive month! I had more 5⭐️ reads than usual:

🍂 Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?
🍂 We Have Always Lived in the Castle
🍂 The Handmaid‘s Tale (reread)
🍂 Raise High the Roof Beams ...
🍂 Zealot

#septemberreads #septemberwrapup

Sace I read We Have Always Lived at the Castle last year and really liked it. 2mo
britt_brooke @RestlessFickleBookHoarder I was surprised by how much I liked it! The atmosphere was amazing. 2mo
Prairiegirl_reading I‘m really intrigued by Will the Cat Eat my Eyeballs. 2mo
Sace Yes! Amazing atmosphere! 2mo
britt_brooke @Prairiegirl_reading Her books are so interesting, plus hilarious. I loved this one! 2mo
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Children of Hurin | J R R Tolkien
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I almost forgot to share this earlier but here are all of the books I read in September. Five audiobooks and one ebook because I‘ve been having a hard time sitting down to read lately. #readingrecap #septemberreads

Scythe | Neal Shusterman
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I‘m missing one book that I took back to the library. #SeptemberReads

Anne of Green Gables | L. M. Montgomery
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September was a pretty good reading month for me. My favorites were Anne of Green Gables (reread), Lost Children Archive, and Pumpkinheads.

#septemberreads #monthlywrapup #septemberwrapup