I’m a little bit disappointed as I sit down to write this post. I swear I read more than this post suggests. I guess it’s because I started two 500+ page books, neither of which I have managed to finish yet.
PAST MONTH’S READING:
- Euphoria Kids (YA fantasy – 4 stars – review) (read July, reviewed August)
- Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant (sci-fi/horror – 4 stars – review) (read July, reviewed August)
- Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi (YA fantasy – 4 stars – review)
- Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (gothic horror – 3 stars – review forthcoming)
- None Shall Sleep by Ellie Marney (YA thriller – 4 stars – review forthcoming)
- Ring of Bright Water by Gavin Maxwell (memoir – 4 stars – not intending to review)
I’m really enjoying vlogging again! I’m hoping to stick with it! Even if I didn’t do so great with the readathon!
I didn’t put anything up this month (I’ve got a couple of things lined up and ready to go, though), but here are the videos I posted in July again, in case you’re interested:
FAVOURITE BOOKISH PHOTO:
I think my re-read of Catching Teller Crow by Ambelin Kwaymullina and Ezekiel Kwaymullina marks the first time I have re-read in print a book that I first read in audio form.
The difference was amazing! I didn’t find the audio book engaging at all, and only gave the book 2 stars as a result. But reading it in print, seeing the way the characters stories and the overall storytelling and the formatting all interact. It was brilliant!
You can see all my bookish photos (plus some RL as well) on my Instagram.
Physical book: The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. I’m re-reading this for one of my book clubs, having initially listened to the audio book in 2016. It’s such beautiful writing!
I’m also reading The Toll by Neal Shusterman, the third and final book in the Arc of Scythe series. Yay for actually finishing series that I start!
Ebook: Scone and Spells by Rosie Pease. I started this a few weeks ago but I got distracted. This is a fairly light read though so once I get back to it, it shouldn’t take too long to get through.
Audio book: Axiom’s End by Lindasy Ellis. This is absolutely my jam. I love books that explore the political ramifications of first contact. And this one sounds like it has linguistic stuff, too! Agggh. I’m less than an hour into it at the moment but I think I’m going to really enjoy it!
PLANNING TO READ NEXT:
Apart from the books hanging over from August, I’m only reading Australian books this month! Or attempting to. I think I’ll read Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta next. I’ve had this one on my shelf for a while and I’ll still be in a fantasy mood after The Night Circus, most likely!
What are you reading? 🙂