August 2021 Wrap Up

Hello hello and welcome or welcome back to my little bookish corner of the internet. Somehow August has finished, and we’re into the last quarter of the year. I also hit my Good Reads challenge target of 100 books this months, which has made me really happy, as last year I only managed around 70ish books in the whole year. Audiobooks have been a blessing in getting this done while my eyes have been holding me back, but I’m managed a lot of physical and ebooks as well, more than I thought I’d manage, and the change in glasses perscription has made a big difference to making this happen.

This month ended up being really successful, and when I hit book number 100 of the year on the 21st, I was on a steadily moving roll that didn’t slow down!

The Women of Troy – Audio ARC – Review here
Historical Fiction – 4 stars

How Moon Fuentez Fell in Love with the Universe – eARC – Review here
YA Contemporary / Romance – 3 stars

Little White Lies – Audiobook – Review here
YA Mystery – 4 stars

Mark of the Wicked – eARC – Review here
YA Dark Fantasy – 3 stars

The Appeal – Paperback
Crime Fiction – 5 stars

D.O.G.S (S.T.A.G.S #2) – Audiobook
YA Thriller – 4 stars

Geekerella – Audiobook
YA Contemporary – 3 stars

Fireborn – Physical ARC – Review here
MG Fantasy Adventure – 3 stars

Every Line of You – Publisher provided paperback
YA Thriller – 4 stars

The Raven Boys – Audio
Urban Fantasy – 4 stars

These Deadly Games – eARC
YA Thriller – 4 stars

How We Fall Apart – Audio
YA Mystery / Thriller – 4 stars

Sabriel – Audio
YA Fantasy – 4 stars

Anno Dracula – Audio
Historical Fantasy – 2 stars

The Peculiar Tale of the Tentacle Boy – Publisher provided paperback – Review here
Middle Grade Adventure – 4 stars

Dark and Shallow Lies – eARC
YA Thriller – 4 stars

Defy the Night – Paperback ARC
Fantasy – 5 stars

So, seventeen books read this past month! I’m pretty pleased with that. It’s been a bit of a range scoring wise, from two stars to a full five stars. It’s impossible to say whether Defy the Night or The Appeal takes top spot for the month because they’re both absolutely superb, and also completely different books. Reviews of both of them are coming up shortly, and Defy the Night is out later this month; I can’t tell you enough how much you need to preorder it!

Let’s see how September goes shall we?

Tomorrow I’ll be bringing you a review of Geekerella, and then Sunday, my review of D.O.G.S. Stick around for daily content!

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