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September Wrap-Up!

Considering previous months, September can’t be considered a great reading month for me but I’m happy with the result. My knee has not improved and so it has made me a little bit moody all month long which affected my reading, not gonna lie. Fortunately the seven books I’ve read were great and I’m pleased about it.

1. Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout
2. Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout
3. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
4. Opal by Jennifer L. Armentrout
5. Origin by Jennifer L. Armentrout
6. I Was a Teenage Ghost Hunter by Brian K. Henry (ebook)
7. The Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan

I decided to read Obsidian because it was the Little Book Club pick of the month and I enjoyed it a lot. It is true it has some similarities with Twilight but I honestly prefer Obsidian. After that I picked up Onyx to know how the story continued. I gave Obsidian 5 stars and Onyx 4.

So, I needed a break from the whole alien world and I made up my mind and finally read ReadyPlayer One and holy molly that book was amazing. I did a review in case you wanna know more about my thoughts but I gave it 4.5 stars.

Immediately after I read Opal and Origin, books 3 and 4 in the Lux series and they were perfect to lighten up my mood even though the ending of Opal was heart-breaking. I gave them both 5 stars. And one might think that after that I would dive into Opposition straightaway but no. Instead I picked up I Was aTeenage Ghost Hunter and I loved it, 5 stars. Perfect ghost story and I also did a review of it.

Finally, I read The Mark of Athena and of course I gave it 5 stars. My plan was to read that and The House of Hades but I only managed to finish the third book (and now I’m currently reading The House of Hades) in preparation for the fifth and final book in the Heroes of Olympus series. And I’m sad that it is coming to an end because I love those books and is gonna be hard to say goodbye.

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And that’s all I’ve read in September. How did you do this month? Are you happy with your reading? Let me know!


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