A little bit late with this entry this month, but September was a hugely productive month as far as reading went! I honestly have too many favourites to just pick three.
Finishing the second book in Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows duology was the perfect way to kick off a month of great literature, including some stellar fiction and non-fiction picks. I also found some new all-time favourites in September, which is always unbelievably exciting!
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Andy Muschietti’s It is a gorgeous ode to all things fearful, finding its footing in strong performances, exceptional cinematography, and atmospheric depth. Derry is a messed up place, and maybe Pennywise is the least of its problems. Spoilers to follow.
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Not sure if this is a new series on my blog or if I’m just going to do it whenever I fancy, but by the grace of all that’s good, I managed to read significantly more in the last month than I have in the last seven years of my life. Uni and just general laziness have kept me from enjoying books for a long time — so much so, I honestly thought that a love of reading had been completely snuffed out. Thankfully, that was a massive oversight.
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