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September Wrap-Up | 2020

Hey guys! It’s October finally, I feel like September was just too long. September wasn’t that good in terms of reading but I still managed to finish 4 books and a short story. Most of the books were good (along with one that sucked balls as always).

Still, I can’t wait for fall and I hope this month will be better since I’m in a mood for some fantasy and paranormal because of te upcoming spooky season. So, here are all the books that I’ve read this month…

May Day by Josie Jaffrey

Rating : 4 / 5 stars

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This was my first introduction to this author (and I’ve read quite a lot of work by er last mont) and I was pleasantly surprised. This is a vampire murder mystery and it was definitely something new and interesting.

Killian’s Dead by Josie Jaffrey

Rating: 5 / 5

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This is actually te prequel to May Day. It’s a short story and even though I don’t usually read many of those I really liked this one.

The Storyteller’s Dauter by Victoria McCombs

Rating: 2 / 5 stars

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Even though this was te most anticipated book of the year for me, it was also the biggest let-down. This was so bad and super boring especially for an unteresting theme such as Rumpelstiltskin retelling. Boo!

The Wolf and the Water by Josie Jaffrey

Rating: 4 / 5 stars

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Yet another book by this autor and I also quite liked it. This is based of off Plato’s Atlantis and I think that’s such an interesting and unique story.

Kill Switch by Penelope Doulas

Rating: 3.75 / 5 stars

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This is the third book to te Devil’s Night series and thank God it was better than te first one. This follows the story of Damon and Winter who is actually the irl who sent him to jail.

That’s all for this wrap-up. Tell me in the comments if you’ve read any of these books and your thoughts on them.

Happy reading!


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