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A look back at September…

September, and summer with it, went by in a flash! It was a fantastic month of reading fueled by Bookoplathon (even when the dice worked against me), the Magical Readathon and #Readwhatyouown. Overall I succeeded at both my #Bookoplathon and Magical Readathon TBRs (though I still need to work out my character before April) and I managed to read mostly owned books with just a couple library books where I couldn’t find a book I owned to work for a prompt. EMPIRE OF PAIN was a fave for the month, though I had quite a few great reads!

A LESSON IN VENGEANCE by Victoria Lee

A SEPARATE PEACE by John Knowles

AN ANONYMOUS GIRL by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

BEACH READ by Emily Henry

BLIND TIGER by Sandra Brown

CITY OF GHOSTS by Victoria Schwab

CLOUD CUCKOO LAND by Anthony Doerr

DREAM GIRL by Laura Lippman

EMPIRE OF PAIN by Patrick Radden Keefe

FERAL CREATURES by Kira Jane Buxton

FOOL’S FATE by Robin Hobb – #Elderlingalong

GOD SPARE THE GIRLS by Kelsey McKinney

GRAVE MERCY by Robin LaFevers

HOUSE OF HOLLOW by Krystal Sutherland

HOW TO WALK AWAY by Katherine Center

IF THE SHOE FITS by Julie Murphy

IN MY DREAMS I HOLD A KNIFE by Ashley Winstead – #SaturdayBookstaClub

IN THE COMPANY OF WITCHES by Auralee Wallace

JADE CITY by Fonda Lee – #MagicMayhemReads

JAMAICA INN by Daphne du Maurier – #ClassicsBuddyRead

MY BEST FRIEND’S EXORCISM by Grady Hendrix

MY SWEET GIRL by Amanda Jayatissa

NAMESAKE by Adrienne Young

SISTERS OF THE RESISTANCE by Christine Wells

SIX CRIMSON CRANES by Elizabeth Lim

THE DAY THE WORLD CAME TO TOWN by Jim DeFede

THE JIGSAW MAN by Nadine Matheson

THE LITTLE GIRL IN THE WINDOW by C.G. Twiles

THE LOVE HYPOTHESIS by Ali Hazelwood

THE MARY SHELLEY CLUB by Goldy Moldavsky

THE PRISON HEALER by Lynette Noni

THE SECOND REBEL by Linden A. Lewis – #deepdarkreads

VELVET WAS THE NIGHT by Silvia Moreno-Garcia – #BoozyBuddyRead

WE WERE NEVER HERE by Andrea Bartz – #SaturdayBookstaClub

WELL PLAYED by Jen DeLuca

What was your favorite read of September? I’d love to hear!