Books in September

Ooh, I’ve read quite a few books this month! More than last month…

314 – A.R. Wise
Soul Catcher – E.L. Todd
Black & Blue – Khelsey Jackson

314 was a bit of a strange book. It was so weird that I just had to keep reading. There is a second book, but I haven’t got to that!

Soul Catcher and Black & Blue were both given to me to read and review. You can find my review of Soul Catcher here, and the Black & Blue one is on goodreads. Both books were good, but I really loved Soul Catcher! Will definitely read the sequel!

Fixing Delilah – Sarah Ockler
Saving June – Hannah Harrington
Fangirl – Rainbow Rowell

Fixing Delilah was about a family that just wasn’t ‘working’ so well. The characters were easy to read, and the story was interesting. As you read on you hear more of what broke the family apart and it just had me hooked. Saving June had a similar effect. This was about a girl who had just lost her sister, and it was just about making everything ‘right’ again. It focuses a lot on friendships, with a bit of family! Fangirl was about a girl who was starting college, and just basically her experiences throughout the year. I really liked this one because I can relate to it! I’ve dabbled in fanfiction before so it was quite frightening how similar things were at times! Definitely a good read!

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Chasing Harry Winston – Lauren Weisberger
Everyone Worth Knowing – Lauren Weisberger

Well, I have previously read The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger and I absolutely loved it so I thought I would read these two books! I didn’t really enjoy Chasing Harry Winston. I couldn’t really get into the story – the characters didn’t draw me in. I didn’t really like any of them! That said, I really liked Everyone Worth Knowing. It annoyed me at times, but I enjoyed the characters more. It is basically about a girl who gets a new job and sort of becomes a celebrity, and what it could be like in that world with paparazzi and news stories and that. It doesn’t beat The Devil Wears Prada though!

So 8 books this month, not bad! I’ve just started reading Horns yesterday, so that will be on next months list!

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