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Monthly Reads: September 2017

Hello everyone, and welcome back to The Bookworm’s Fantasy! I hope you’re all doing well. Today I’m going to be posting my Monthly Reads for September 2017. I didn’t manage to get much reading done in September – I had a very busy month consisting of a weeks holiday and 2 weeks work experience at Penguin (blog post coming soon). I managed to get 4 books read in September. Keep reading to find out more…

 

 


Born On A Tuesday by Elnathan John.

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This was one of the books set for my English Literature “Last Year’s Novels” module. It was one of the better books I’ve read for the module, and I particularly started to enjoy it towards the end. It started off a bit too slow for my liking, and it continued that way throughout much of the novel, but it really began to pick up pace towards the end. A fairly good read.

 

 


Everything But The Truth by Gillian McAllister.

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I won’t say too much about this book now, as I’ve already reviewed it in full here. This is one of the best Thrillers I’ve ever read, and it’s my first five-star read for a while now. It captivated me right from the start, and it just got better and better as the book progressed. A must-read for Thriller lovers.

 

 


Iron Towns by Anthony Cartwright.

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This was another book set for my English Literature “Last Year’s Novels module. I can understand why some people may like this book, but it really wasn’t for me. I wasn’t interested in the subject matter at all, and found the whole book pretty dull. Unless you’re a football fanatic, I wouldn’t bother picking this up.

 

 


The Woman Next Door by Yewande Omotoso.

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Again, this was a required read for my English Literature “Last Year’s Novels” module. This was a decent read and I did quite enjoy parts of it, particularly towards the end of the novel where the two women discuss some of their life choices. I found the beginning pretty slow and dull, and it took a long time for me to get into it and become invested in the book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy reading 🙂

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