September Wrap-Up and October TBR

I really surprised myself this month by reading 8 books! I didn’t set a goal at all for the month as I knew I’d be starting uni and probably busy, but I’m really happy I’ve managed to read 8. That’s 3 more than I read in August!

Books I Read in September


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Goodreads | Amazon | Review


Goodreads | Amazon | Review


Goodreads | Amazon | Review


Goodreads | Amazon | Review


Goodreads | Amazon | Review


Goodreads | Amazon | Review


Goodreads | Amazon | Review

My favourite read of this month was Blue Lily, Lily Blue, and my least favourite was More Happy Than Not.

Books I Bought in September

My Neighbor Totoro – Tsugiko Kubo
Life of Pi – Yann Martel

City of Ashes – Cassandra Clare
Hero of the Fall – Alwyn Hamilton
Unravel Me – Tahereh Mafi
More Happy Than Not – Adam Silvera
Songs About a Boy – Chris Russell
Hollow City – Ransom Riggs
A Storm of Swords: Blood and Gold – George R.R. Martin

I’ll admit I may have gone a little overboard this month…but I’m actually okay about it because 3 of these were secondhand and the other 4 were on sale or in deals. Off the top of my head, all 7 of these books cost just over £25!

Books I Want to Read in October

History is All You Left Me – Adam Silvera
If I Stay – Gayle Forman
Where She Went – Gayle Forman

I’m meeting Adam Silvera at the end of the month so that’s the only book I definitely need to read! Otherwise, I’m just going to try and get through my physical TBR. Surprisingly, it is going down even with my bad book buying habits 😛

What did you read in September?


May your shelves forever overflow with books! ☽

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11 thoughts on “September Wrap-Up and October TBR

  1. omg omg omg YAY BLLB! so glad that was your favorite of the month – don’t ya just love it???

    & yay you had such a great reading month! hope your october goes excellently 🙂

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      1. There’s one in London where I live but I’m so torn over whether to go or not! I haven’t read What If It’s Us yet and have heard so many mixed reviews of it, and although I love Adam I’m not a big fan of Becky so… yeah. I’m very conflicted!

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      2. Aww it’s up to you but I’d definitely say go if only to meet Adam! I’ve been to signings before where I only like one or two authors, they’re always really nice about it 🙂


  2. I envy you all because you are in UK haha and those conversations don’t happen here xD and because you are in UK haha

    Was Totoro like the movie?? Haha and what about Fantastic Beasts?? Is it good? I got it for Xmas and it is like a screen play and that is not so catchy for me haha

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    1. Aww I’m sorry! I loved Totoro, bear in mind it’s a childrens book but yes it’s exactly like the movie, and I loved it 🙂 I did enjoy it but I actually enjoyed Cursed Child a lot more, I wouldn’t be put off because it’s a screenplay though – it’s definitely worth a shot!

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