October Wrap Up: My Favorite Month is Over Already?!

As this is a wrap up post, it’ll be a bit longer than it normally is. I have a chart of the books listed down below, but I’m not doing every photo of every book I read this time around, as I just don’t feel like it. I’m posting my top favorite book photos, however, because they’re well deserved.

My Top Five Favorites:

 

Books Read in October:

1.Reap the Wild Wind| 600 pages, 4.0 stars (see review)
2.Daughter of the Forest| 500 pages, 4.5 stars (see review)
3.The Quest| 300 pages, 3.0 stars (review due)
4.Empire of Sand| 500 pages, 5.5 stars (see review)
5.Pride| 300 pages, 2.0 stars
6.Monstress| ?, 4.1 stars
7.A Wizard’s Forge| ? pages, 4/5 stars (see review)
8.Evenfall| 400 pages, (see review)
9.Hammered| 300 pages, 4/5 stars (review to come)
10.Aurian| 600 pages, 5/5 stars
11.Lord of the Fading Lands| 500 pages, 5/5 stars (see review)
12.Hexed| 300 pages, 4/5 stars (review to come)
13.The Turnaway Girls| 300 pages, 3/5 stars (see review)
14.The Bartered Brides| 400 pages, 4/5 stars (review to come)
15.The Stars Now Unclaimed| 200/300 pages, 4/5 stars (review to come)
16.Damsel| 300 pages, 5/5 stars (review to come)
17.No Man of Woman Born| ? pages, 5/5 stars (see review)
18.Shadow of the Fox| 400 pages, DNF’d after the first chapter
19.A Fading Sun| 300 pages, 4/5 stars (see blog tour post, see review)
20.A Rising Moon| 300 pages, 4/5 stars (review to come)
21.Agents of Dreamland| 100 pages, 3/5 stars
22.The Darkening| 300 pages, 3/5 stars (review to come)
23.The Dream Gatherer| 100 pages, 4/5 stars (review to come)

I also just finished reading The Tethered Mage for the second time, and that’s why it’s not included on the list, because it was a re-read, but it still stood out as being an impressive piece of fiction. This month has been filled with a LOT of really great reads, actually, and I hope that November is the same. So far, the two books that I’ve read are actually really awesome, and I’m crossing my fingers it remains the same. Up next are a few reviews, my November TBR, and that’s pretty much it.

Until next time,

-Pass Me That Book.

Author: passmethatbook

I am a book blogger, where I talk about my favorite reads, new books I've found, or anything related to reading. I am currently accepting ARCs in the genres: Science Fiction, YA, Fantasy, Romance, Historical, and Mystery. I am open for anything, though religious based books are generally not something that I would read, unless a friend/someone I know asks me to. Feel free to email me for questions!

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