A pretty steady month’s reading this time around, though for the first time this year, I’ve fallen slightly behind my target of 125 books for the year, I can probably make that up quite easily this month so I’m not worried yet.
I’ve only reviewed 2 of September’s reads, this month, but much of that is due to catching up on my other outstanding reviews, and a short trip to Spain last week. I’m hoping to get caught up over the next few evenings, so I should have a review or two up by the end of the week.
- The Daylight Gate by Jeanette Winterton
- Taken by Benedict Jacka
- My Brother Simple by Marie-Aude Murail
- Dream Angus by Alexander McCall Smith
- Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
- CRYPT: Mask of Death by Andrew Hammond
- Breathe by Sarah Crossan
- Blood Magic by Tessa Gratton
Despite most of the above being really enjoyable books, there was a clear top on this month, and I’m, sure anyone that has already read it will have already guessed my top book for September was: