The eagle-eyed among you will have seen that I started reviewing again this month! Some of the busy-ness I’ve had going on for the past few months has finally settled down, letting me get back to fun things I’ve had to ignore for a while.
PAST MONTHS’ READING HIGHLIGHTS:
- A Remarkable Woman by Jules van Mil (historical fiction – 3 stars – review) (read June, reviewed October)
- Malice by Pintup Dunn (YA sci-fi/romance – 3.5 stars – review) (read September, reviewed October)
- The Coming of the Fairies by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (non-fiction – unrated)
- The House in the Woods by Yvette Fielding (MG horror – 2 stars)
- Witchnapped in Westerham by Dionne Lester (urban fantasy/cozy mystery – 2 stars – review)
- The Man in the Brown Suit by Agatha Christie (mystery/adventure – 3 stars)
- Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas (YA fantasy/romance – 3.5 stars – review)
I’m skipping the usual Booktube and Bookstagram sections on this post. To be honest, I haven’t been terribly active on either, especially Booktube. That’s something I don’t think I’ll get back to until 2023, and I’m okay with that!
Physical book: Nothing at the moment.
Ebook: The Untold Story by Genevieve Cogman. This is the eighth and final book in the Invisible Library series. I’ve enjoyed this series enough to want to see it through, though I have to admit the first three books were the strongest. Still, it’s good to complete a series (within a year, no less!) and tick it off the list!
Audio book: The Eighth Wonder by Tania Farrelly. This is a historical fiction that I am enjoying, though now that I am not driving for an hour every day due a commitment wrapping up, I have to admit that my inclination to listen to the last few hours has been low. I’ll endeavour to finish it soon, though, before it returned itself on the library app!
PLANNING TO READ NEXT:
I’ll be finishing The Mother Fault by Kate Mildenhall. I started this as an audio book but I have now got the paperback out from the library to finish it, as I was getting a bit bored with the audio version.
Hopefully, I’ll manage that before I head off travelling in mid-November. For the next little while, it’ll be e-books only. It’ll be good to clear my Kindle backlog a bit!
What are you reading? 🙂
One thought on “October 2022 Reading Wrap-up”
Great to see your reviews back, Emily! I’m about to start Reading Sandy Barker’s The Christmas Swap.
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