September is over! Thank god. It's almost always my least favourite month of the year and I'm so glad I don't have to go through another one for almost a year now.
I only read 3 and a half books in the last month which, whilst definitely not my best, isn't so bad considering it was my first month at Sixth Form and I spent most of my time completely freaking out about school. I think I'm starting to settle into the routine now, so hopefully in October I'll be able to find more time to read. Hopefully.
1: A CLASH OF KINGS - GEORGE R.R. MARTIN
PUBLISHER: Harper Voyager
PAGES READ: 499 (of 911)
GENRE: Adult fantasy
SERIES: A song of ice and fire #2
MY THOUGHTS: It feels like years since I read this, honestly. Where has the time gone? Anyway, I was kind of bored for the first half but then the end got super intense super quickly and I was LOVING IT. I'm dying to read the next book but I have no time. Tragic.
RATING: 4/5 stars
2: THE ART OF BEING NORMAL - LISA WILLIAMSON
PAGES READ: 353
GENRE: YA contemporary
MY THOUGHTS: Holy shit, this was so good. It's such an important and under told story told in the most beautiful way possible and it gave me ALL OF THE FEELS. I highly, highly recommend it if you haven't read it already. Or I recommend you reread it now. It's that great.
RATING: 5/5 stars
3: THE SHADOW HOUR - MELISSA GREY
PAGES READ: 368
GENRE: YA fantasy
SERIES: The girl at midnight #2
RATING: 3.75/5 stars
4: THE GREAT GATSBY - F. SCOTT FITZGERALD
PAGES READ: 148
RATING: 3.5/5 stars
CURRENTLY READING: THE MIST IN THE MIRROR - SUSAN HILL
PAGES READ: 121 (of 185)
GENRE: Adult horror/mystery
MONTHLY STATS:Books read: 3.5
Total pages read: 1489
Average pages per book: 425
Average rating: 4.06/5 stars
Book of the month: The Art of Being Normal - Lisa Williamson
Thanks for reading! I should probably get on with that essay now. Ugh...