We are officially in fall mode, and is there really any better season for cooking hearty meals, baking delicious pies and getting cozy with a good book under our favorite comforter? I love fall, and the only thing better than fall would be retirement IMO ( 2 more years, I hope).
Here's what I read in September...
- Love Anthony; Lisa Genova 3.5/5 (eGalley)
- More; I.C. Springman - 5/5 (library-kids)
- Extra Yarn; Mac Barnett - 4/5 (library-kids)
- 1-2-3 Peas; Keith Baker - 3/5 (for review-kids)
- Prisoner of Heaven; Zafron - 4/5 (eGalley - no review yet)
- My Brilliant Friend; Elena Ferrante -4/5 (eGalley)
- The Good Dream; Donna VanLiere - 4.5/5 (HC/personal copy)
- The Chaperone; Laura Moriarty - 4/5 (audio/ARC )
- The Human Bobby; Gabe Rotter - 4.5/5 - trade/personal copy
- How the Trouble Started; Robert Williams - 4/5 - (eGalley)
- The Red Pony; John Steinbeck 3.5/5 (audio- no review yet)
- Dark Side; Belinda Bauer - 3/5 (trade/personal copy)
IT; Stephen King - (DNF)- read 1/2 but wasn't feeling IT-ish)
- A Beautiful Mystery; Louise Penny- 4/5 (audio-no review yet)
I read (13) books, but (3) were illustrated kids books. My favorite adult books were: The Good Dream; Donna VanLiere - 4.5/5 and The Human Bobby; Gabe Rotter - 4.5/5.
Right now I'm reading and listening to Winter of the World; Ken Follett (book 2 of a trilogy - excellent) and reading the eGalley, Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. October plans include finishing these (2) books and reading from this list:
- The Panther; Nelson DeMille (releases October 16th)
- Peaches for Father Francis; Joanne Harris (October 2 release)
- Into the Woods; Tana French
- Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest; Larrsen
- The Forgiven; Osborne
- Cascade; O'Hara
- A Hundred Flowers; Tsukiyama
- We Sinners; Pylvainen
Enjoy your Sunday everyone, any plans for October?