How is it already October? Yesterday as I was walking my dog I noticed the leaves were falling, despite the ridiculous warm weather we are having in Vancouver this year. It donned on me how quickly this month flew by. Between full time work, extra-curricular activities, my masters, and a small glimmer of a social life, I did not get around to reading as many books as I had hoped. I am looking forward to rainy weekends and dark evenings so I can get back to reading. Right now I am soaking up what little of summer we have left.
By far my favourite read this month was Good Me, Bad Me. A solid 5 stars! So good in fact that book club is reading this as our October selection. A Map for Wrecked Girls was interesting, character-driven, slow, and long. (Maybe not the best adjectives to describe a book?). I realized that I prefer plot driven, action-packed, page-turners instead. I've almost finished The Party, but I'm not sure how I feel about this one yet. The Lying Game was amazing! I've passed this one onto a few friends. I'm halfway through Final Girls and loving the horror-esque terror, especially as we approach Halloween!
September's Reads from Best to...not as good?
Good Me Bad Me
The Lying Game
Are You Sleeping
A Map For Wrecked Girls
Stay With Me
If You Knew My Sister
Little Fires Everywhere
Photographing books, one day at a time.