So this month has been a great month of reading for me so far! I know we still have about a week left but I wanted to share with you guys all the wonderful books I’ve read this month. Also, bonus: I met my reading goals for this month! I had wanted to read at least 4 books and read 2,000 pages and I exceeded those goals! Woo-hoo! Anyways, moving on to the books!
❇ Slasher Girls and Monster Boys edited by April Genevieve Tucholke 🌟🌟🌟🌟
-This books was full of horror short stories and I loved it. There was only 2 stories I didn’t really care for but this was still such an awesome read for October!
❇ Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel 🌟🌟 (and a half)
-This was actually a re-read from my freshman year in high school. I realized while reading it that it’s not the best written book? It’s a bit cliche, a bit too… Awkward? But I still enjoyed it, just maybe not as much when I first read it.
❇ Heartless by Marissa Meyer 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
- I FREAKING LOVED THIS BOOK!!! I adore Marissa Meyer’s writing style and I am such complete trash for anything Alice in Wonderland related. So my rating may be biased but this is my blog so fight me. >.<
❇ The Grace’s by Laure Eve 🌟🌟🌟🌟
-I really enjoyed this book, I loved how we got to completely get into River’s head. The only thing that really bugs me is how the book ended. -_-
❇ The Wizards of Once by Cressida Cowell 🌟🌟🌟
-This is actually a Middle grade book (which I don’t usually read a whole lot of) but I enjoyed this book more than I had anticipated. It was a pretty quick read but it was still a fun one!
❇ The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
-This book was really hard to read and I had a lot of strong emotions about it. (I did a more in-depth book review/talk/thing about it in another post.)
So those are all the books I’ve read so far this month! I’m hoping to read at least 2 more books before October ends. I hope you all have a wonderful rest of the month!
Trina: Knitting circle! It’s basically where a whole bunch of nice little ladies get together at someone’s house to knit things and talk shit about all the ladies at the church next door. Every now and then, I go with Karen. You think high schoolers are full of drama? You’ve never met Miss Rebecca Meyer. She’s a savage, and she knits really nice scarves.