September 2017: #WrapUp

Coming to you a few days later than usual is my September wrap up – I wanted to include all the books in my wrap up that I read last month even if I didn’t get to post all the reviews before October crept in. I read a total of 19 books last month, listened to 2 audiobooks, and DNF’d 1 bookThe Betrayals by Fiona Neill.

The Good:

The standout 5 star books of the month were:

All The Wicked Girls by Chris Whitaker

Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter

Sealskin by Su Bristow [audiobook]

Including Sealskin for Ninja Book Club, the five book club books:

Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine – Criminally Good Book Club

Beauty is a Wound by Eka Kurniawan – Babbling Book Club

The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead & The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas – Diverse Books Club

Also read and reviewed this month:

Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker

Wychwood by George Mann

Locked Up by GB Williams

Ghost of the Innocent Man by Benjamin Rachlin

Broadcast by Liam Brown

Never Let You Go by Chevy Stevens

The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye by David Lagercrantz

A Justifiable Madness by AB Morgan

My Sister’s Bones by Nuala Ellwood

Cold Blood by Robert Bryndza

Before This Is Over by Amanda Hickie

The Visitors by Catherine Burns

Sister, Psychopath by Maggie James

One Step Too Far by Tina Seskis [audiobook]

Other bookish posts this month:

Online Book Clubs

Back to Unbound and my third book pledge…

Five Highly Anticipated Books I Forgot to Read

Book Haul: September 2017

Criminally Good Book Club:

Come and read some criminally good books with us over on Instagram – @criminallygoodbookclub.

October’s book is Unsub by Meg Gardiner

Unsub - Meg Gardiner

Caitlin Hendrix, a detective with San Francisco’s Narcotics Task Force, visits a crime scene in an Alameda County cornfield-a brutal double murder. The killer pounded nails into the chests of the two victims, forming the symbol for mercury, the hallmark of the notorious serial killer known as the Prophet who struck the Bay Area during the 1990s, then disappeared. The Prophet is no stranger to Caitlin: her father, Mack Hendrix, was the lead detective on the original case, which left him an emotional wreck and tore his family apart.

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Uni is back in full effect and I’m currently three weeks into a seven week clinical placement so the reading will slow down. I’m aiming to read between 10 – 12 books in October and I’ve got some bookish ramblings scheduled, which I hope you’ll enjoy!

27 thoughts on “September 2017: #WrapUp

      1. That’s probably for the best, I think as long as you explain why the books not working for you – I think that’s fair and publishers appreciate that 🙂
        I received an email about it and I clicked the link to the NG page and it appeared on my shelf but I thought I was clicking to read more about it 🙈

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    1. First rambling’ll be posted on Monday, I like the idea of doing one a week. Personally I love reading reviews, they’re my favourite kind of post; I find it challenging to think of topics for ramblings – but I’ve got a list of now so I’m organised haha

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