September was a pretty good reading month, despite not reading for the majority of the month. I managed to whip out quite a few in the last week/few days, and only one of them was a DNF – I just could not get into it. It sucks when that happens, but sometimes a book just doesn’t work for me. Granted I didn’t realize it was the fifth book in a series…And rather than forcing myself to read through it, I have too many other books to read to waste time on something that’s just not working.
Anyways, let’s rehash everything I read this past month. All of these have a review, which I’ll link below, so feel free to check them out!
Slumber – Becky Bird
A fun Disney Sleeping Beauty reimaging that will allow you to turn your brain off and just enjoy!
Capturing the Devil – Kerri Mansicalco
The finale in the Stalking Jack the Ripper Series, where the hunt is on for Audrey Rose and Thomas as they hunt a killer through the White City.
The Hollow Queen – Sherry D. Ficklin
The fifth book in a historical fantasy series about royalty, and this one focuses on the last Romanov Princess.
The Memory Thief – Lauren Mansy
In a place where memories are a commodity and power is absolute, one girl will do whatever she can to break the cycle and save everyone.
Bid My Soul Farewell – Beth Revis
An army of the risen dead, a power-hungry ancient entity and romance, the final book in this duology, Nedra has debts to settle and things to set right.
These Wicked Waters – Emily Layne
Think, Jurassic World, but with human-hating, hungry sirens instead of Dinosaurs. Oh, and romance.
The Navigator – Erin Michelle Sky & Steven Brown
It’s time to fly back to Neverland with the second installment in The Tales of the Wendy series. London is in danger, identities revealed, and a potential budding romance between a pirate and a Wendy.
Marrow Charm – Kristin Jacques
Magic has raged across the surface of the world, forcing humans below ground. Barely scraping by, one girl decides to brave the surface in order to find and save her brother and forms strong bonds along the way…but there’s something different about her.
I’m already four books into October and getting ready to start my fifth. So many amazing books come out and have already come out this month, so be ready for some packed Haul and Wrap-Up posts in November!
QOTD: What was your favorite read in September?