SPOOKY SEASON IS UPON US!!!!
October is probably my favorite month of the year. The weather is cooler but not cold, the leaves are changing, everything is spooky,
and a whole bunch of good books are being released.
We have a lot of good books coming out this month. Seriously. It’s overwhelming. The scariest thing this Halloween is the size of my TBR. That said, I was able to narrow it down to a few of my absolutely most anticipated that you have to pick up this month!
Read more for 8 of my most anticipated October book releases!
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*All quotes are taken from the ARC and are subject to change*
Overall: 3.5/5 Stars
Plot and Themes: 3.5/5
Awesomeness Factor: 3.5/5
Review in a Nutshell: The Library of Lost Things is an interesting read that’s a mix between cute romance and heavy family drama.
“The circle never broke. We lived in a home strung across tightropes.”
[ Related: The Burning Shadow (Origin #2) by Jennifer L. Armentrout – Funny, Political, and Cute (ARC Review) ]
// Content Warning: Illness (Post-Concussive Syndrome), Mental Illness (Hoarding) //
Release Date: 10/8/2016
Publisher: Inkyard Press
Page Count: 384
When Darcy Wells meets Asher Fleet, a former pilot whose dreams seem just out of reach, she doesn’t expect to care for him. For once, she doesn’t want to hide in her books. But after years of protecting her mother’s secret of being a hoarder, Darcy doesn’t know how to let anyone into her cluttered life.
“Holding a real book is like holding something alive. There’s the grit of the pages between your fingers as you turn them. The edges get soft and worn. With a real book, you feel the weight of the story more.”
Read more for all of my thoughts on The Library of Lost Things!
I think I finally did it. I think I beat my reading slump.
It only took me… five months. But I did it!!!
July was a surprisingly good month for me. At this point, I had given up all hope and thought that I would never regain the motivation to read like I had, but then came The Reading Rush.
Readathons scare me. A lot. So I had never done one before. I never liked the idea of pushing myself to read as much as possible, because I thought it would inevitably cause me to burn myself out.
Looks like I was wrong.
Read more to see how I did in The Reading Rush, plus a list of my favorite July reads, and my August TBR!