[Top] Ten Books I Was Reading in September 2016!

Hello! It’s Top Ten Tuesday again (I have the right one this time, I’m 99% sure of it). This week’s TTT is a throwback freebie so I decided to go back into the blogging vaults, and I found that I read 10 books in September last year! Here’s a link to the post if you’re interested in seeing my initial thoughts of the books.

I’m going to talk about each of the books, but from the perspective of now! Let’s see what we’ve got. ūüėÄ

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  1. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
    At the time I recorded that this one was “quite odd”. I actually really enjoyed this book, but I did recently unhaul it! I definitely preferred¬†Fangirl, although I’m glad I read it.
  2. Heir of Fire by Sarah J Maas 
    So… what happened in this book? I have no idea. Apparently I loved it at the time, but now, mind blank. I know it has a green cover, though.
  3. Queen of Shadows by Sarah J Maas 
    I actually remember (some of) this one! This one has a red and purple cover, I think. I don’t know why I’m focusing on cover colours, tbh.
  4. Stuff That Sucks: ACT by Ben Sedley
    I… don’t… remember… seriously, I know the last word in ACT is ‘therapy’ but other than that, nada. I think it was a square book.
  5. One by Sarah Crossan 
    OMG this book was amazing! I actually really want to re-read it, but I need to go back to the library to check it out again! It was a brilliant book.  Highly recommend.
  6. TimeRiders by Alex Scarrow
    So… I read this one and the second one and never finished the series,¬†however¬†I really loved it and I would love to catch up!
  7. Doctor Who: Summer Falls and Other Stories by Justin Richards et al.
    This wasn’t the best of the¬†Doctor Who¬†books I’ve read, but I still really enjoyed it, and I love that it was actually in the series!
  8. Labrador by Ben Fogle 
    I learnt a lot from this book, although Fogle isn’t the best at writing non-fic! The anecdotal bits still have me crying. And the cover has a frickin’ Labrador, like, come on!¬†
  9. First Class Murder by Robin Stevens 
    Actual quote from the original review: “AKJFSGHABKJFDS”. I love¬†these books and I really want to get¬†Cream Buns and Crime! eek.
  10. Sleeping Murder by Agatha Christie
    I think that this was set in a house and it was all creepy and stuff. I really want to read more Agatha Christie, though, and I do recommend this one!

So there you have it! This is what I was reading last year, and my mini-thoughts on the books now. I would definitely recommend the ones that I can actually remember! (SJM lovers – I can probably remember some of HoF and QoS if I tried (Chaol was in them?? Dorian?? perhaps. Some sort of love triangle).)

I hope you guys enjoyed delving into my reading past as much as I did!

Until the next time

Hannah x

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