September Reading Roundup

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Hey friends! Here’s the list of books that I read in September 2022.

*Disclaimer : Titles marked with an asterisk were received for free from NetGalley and respective publishers in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

*After She’d Gone by Alex Dahl – absolutely loved
*The Haven by Amanda Jennings – also completely loved this one
*South Eight by Larry Atlas – this one was okay, slow and no real likable characters for me

Black House by Stephen King and Peter Straub – loved the cast of characters here.
Don’t Settle For Safe by Sarah Jakes Roberts – love her message and writing style.
*Babysitter by Joyce Carol Oates – DNF’d this one which I hate to do, but ugh.
*Reasons Why Not To Date Your Nemesis by Melanie Munton – good plot but too much spice for my liking.

*California Soul by Keith Corbin – gritty but enjoyable
*The Split by Amanda Brookfield – eh, didn’t enjoy this one a whole lot
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King – liked this one a lot. Stay out of the forest.
*The Wife by John Nicholl – this one made me angry, but I loved it.

Dreamcatcher by Stephen King – fun to read. (I do love 👽, though.)
*Run Time by Catherine Ryan Howard – chaotic, somewhat enjoyable…kind of forgettable.
*A Table for Two by Sheryl Lister – sweet romance story, a little spicy but not too horrible.
*All Good People Here by Ashley Flowers – Liked this one right up until the ending.

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