Here is a quick recap of what happened at Booklover Book Reviews in September:
Book Reviews Published:
WE BURY THE LANDSCAPE – Kristin Ong Muslim [ 3.5+ stars ]
BEAUTIFUL RUINS – Jess Walter (audio) [ 5 stars ]
LIFE! DEATH! PRIZES! – Stephen May [ 3+ stars ]
MR SOMETHING – Jay Baker [ 3.5+ stars ]
SNAP: NEW TALENT – Michele Drier [ 3+ stars ]
NO REMORSE – Ian Walkley [ 4+ stars ]
A LADY CYCLIST’S GUIDE TO KASHGAR – Suzane Joinson [ 4.5+ stars ]
THE UNLIKELY PILGRIMAGE OF HAROLD FRY – Rachel Joyce [ 3.5+ stars ]
THE CORAL THIEF – Rebecca Stott [ 4+ stars ]
Caught up on my backlog of reviews during my holidays, a couple of real stand-outs this month and a couple that did not live up to my expectations.
Call for Aussie Author Challenge Guest Bloggers – places still available!
Mr Something by Jay Baker – paperback, international – 30 September
No Remorse by Ian Walkley – paperback/ebook, international – 6 October
A Lady Cyclist’s Guide to Kashgar by Suzanne Joinson – paperback, Aus/NZ – 13 October
Announced the winner of ebooks 2 and 3 in the SNAP Kandesky Vampire Chronicles Series by Michele Drier
What’s planned for October?
After taking some much needed annual leave in September I am back at work and so will have less reading time during October. But that won’t stop me!
In the coming month I will be finishing the tome Grand Days by Frank Moorhouse and catching up on reviews of all the books I read during my holidays including the amazing Elliot Perlman title The Street Sweeper and the finale to Tara Moss’ Vanderwall thriller series Assassin, for which I can only say ‘bravo’.
Books coming up include:
What are your reading plans for October?