September Reading Wrap Up

I forgot to schedule this post, so it’s going to be a bit short, because I have to leave for work in ten minutes. This month, I managed to read a total of ten books, most of which I really enjoyed. I am currently in the middle of another two books for Banned Books Week, which ends tomorrow, so I might end up finishing one of them later today. Overall, I’d say this was a pretty good reading month, though I’m looking forward to a better one next month!

Keep reading to see which books I read in September! What was your favorite book this month?

1. Loner by Teddy Wayne
Finished September 2
NetGalley eARC
Rating: ★★★★✩

2. You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) by Felicia Day
Finished September 9
Rating: ★★★★★

3. Motions and Moments by Michael Pronko
Finished September 18
Review request
Rating: ★★★✩✩

4. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz
Finished September 22
Rating: ★★★★★

5. If You Dare by A. R. Torre
Finished September 23
Rating: ★★★★✩

6. Dickon by Marjorie Bowen
Finished September 24
NetGalley eARC
Rating: ★★★✩✩

7. The Strange Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H. P. Lovecraft
Finished September 24
Reading New England Challenge – Rhode Island
Rating: ★★★★✩

8. George by Alex Gino
Finished September 25
Banned Book-a-thon
Rating: ★★★★✩

9. Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell
Finished September 27
Banned Book-a-thon
Rating: ★★★✩✩

10. The Guineveres by Sarah Domet
Finished September 28
Review request
Rating: ★★★★✩


7 thoughts on “September Reading Wrap Up

  1. Sounds to me like you had a really good reading month! 😛

    I adored Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe so I’m glad to see from your rating that you really enjoyed it too. I’m still hesitant to pick up Eleanor and Park – I loved Fangirl so much and I did enjoy Landline, but I’m not so sure about that one since I’ve heard mixed things. I’ll eventually get to it…

    My favourite thing I read this month was definitely Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – such a good book and definitely an improvement on the Grisha trilogy (though I loved those books anyway tbh!) in terms of character development,world building, and writing style! I can’t wait to pick up the sequel this month. 🙂

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    1. I’ve heard that about Six of Crows! I have it (and Crooked Kingdom), but I need to finish the Grisha trilogy first. And Eleanor and Park was not nearly as good as Fangirl, in my opinion. The characters were hard to connect with and the story wasn’t as fun. But it wasn’t bad.


      1. I would absolutely recommend finishing the Grisha trilogy before tackling Six of Crows – just use the promise of that (better) book as incentive to continue with the Grisha trilogy, haha!

        It’s disappointing to hear that – I’m sure I’ll still get around to it eventually but it’s definitely not very high priority for me at the moment. In fact, knowing me, I’ll be more likely to re-read Fangirl instead.

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        1. Thanks! I’ve been so tempted to just read Six of Crows, but I’m forcing myself to wait because I don’t want to spoil anything in the Grisha trilogy. I even preordered Crooked Kingdom, because I’m sure I’ll like it haha

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