Monthly Wrap-Up // October ’19

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This was a bit of a slow month for me. I only read a handful of books, but that’s okay. I might have discovered one of my all time favorite books, though! Continue reading for a peek into what I consumed in October.


Favorite reads for this month:     

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Sick Kids in Love by Hannah Moskowitz – ★★★★★ This book was BEAUTIFUL. I have never read a book about chronically ill people that I could relate to quite so well. My full review is scheduled for November 7th!

Reverie by Ryan La Sala – ★★★★ This was so wonderfully unique!! So many queer characters, an evil drag queen, and amazing world building! I will say that I didn’t love the main character, but the rest of the characters were great! My full review will post December 5th!

Coral by Sara Ella – ★★★★ I really enjoy books that deal with mental illness in a new way, and this one does. I really really enjoyed this one. My full review will post on November 14th!

The Haunting of Ashburn by Darcy Coates – ★★★★ This was such a good spooky read for Halloween. I love a good creepy read for this time of the year and I’m glad I went with this one! You can find my full review here.

Meh reads for this month:


Glow of the Fireflies by Lindsey Duga – ★★★ I loved how atmospheric this one was. It took place in Tennessee, which I loved because it is my home state. I thought it was a very unique book, but something just didn’t quite click for me. You can find my full review here.

Disappointing reads for this month:


Her Last Word by Mary Burton – ★★ This book was just very disappointing. I found the mystery to draw on and the bog reveal of the murder to be pretty unrealistic. I found myself skipping junks of the middle because it was boring. I did not write a full review on this one because I just didn’t have enough to say about it.

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Did we read any of the same books this month? I’d love to hear below!

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