September 2019 wrap up!

I have read so many wonderful books this month so forgive me if I recommend all of them! I have read Fantasy, Historical Fiction, LGBTQ, Horror and Sci-Fi this month and they have been so unique and original – I hope you love them as much as I do! Happy reading my BookNerds πŸ™‚ ❀

Books I have read and/or reviewed this month!

Eternal Shadow, by Trevor B. Williams – The perfect hard Sci-Fi read with amazing characters!

The Bone Ships, by RJ Barker – A magical ,gritty, and sea loving fantasy filled with mythology and a dragon!

Doing Time, by Jodi Taylor – A fun, witty and clever sci-fi/fantasy with a questionable group of time travelling recruits!

The Ten Thousand Doors Of January, by Alix E. Harrow – The perfect historical fantasy, with magical doors that take you to some magical places!

T.A.D, by M.D.Neu – An lgbtq+ fantasy with angels, love and friendship, with a question as to whether you can really change fate!

The Things We Cannot Say, by Kelly Rimmer – A beautiful and heart-breaking historical fiction with amazing characters and hard-hitting themes.

The Swords Of Silence, by Shaun Curry -A Historical fiction/fantasy filled with gritty conflict, violence and an underlying message of cohesion and acceptance.

Mistletoe, by Alison Littlewood – A gothic winter horror, filled with suspense, ghosts and ancestral secrets.

Angel Mage, by Garth Nix – Fantasy, Angels, Magic and secrets. A curse plaguing Ystara’s descendants and a group mysteriously drawn together.

HighFire, by Eoin Colfer – His first adult fantasy about a Vodka loving dragon and a kid drawn into two dangerous situations.

The Sisters Grimm, by Menna van Praag– A Grimm fairy-tale infused fantasy with war, conflict and unity all drawn together.

My top September recommendations!

The Bone Ships, by RJ Barker

Why? Dragons, magic, and fighting of course! A seafaring fantasy filled with witty and gritty characters, humour and a rich mythological system-what’s not to love.

The Ten Thousand Doors Of January, by Alix E. Harrow

Why? Magic doors, supernatural beings and odd artefacts- what could be more mysterious? With a headstrong main character like January, you can never tell what may happen next!

The Things We Cannot Say, by Kelly Rimmer (US)

Why? Emotional, heart-breaking and beautiful- this is a historical fiction that you cannot miss. With two storylines that beautifully intertwine, and a war with complex consequence, this is an incredible story that is a must read.

T.A.D, by M.D. Neu

Why? Angels, love, and fate- this is an emotional story full of friendship and self acceptance. With serious messages, supernatural angels and love of all types, this is a wonderful and hard hitting story.

What you should look out for next month!

The Things We Cannot Say, by Kelly Rimmer (UK-17/10/19) – War, heart-break and secrets. Follow two amazing stories that intertwine and create an emotional, hard-hitting tale.

Doing Time, by Jodi Taylor (17/10/19)- Time travel, humour and secrets that result in murder, suspicion and an odd kinship between an unusual group.

Mistletoe, by Alison Littlewood (10/10/19) – A gothic winter horror, perfect for reading by the fire! With an isolated and dilapidated farm, weird haunting visions and past grief, this is a suspenseful tale with many twists and turns.

Angel Mage, by Garth Nix (17/10/19) – Fantasy, Angels, Magic and secrets. This is a story of love, betrayal and magic, with beastlings and a curious Ash Blood plague affecting the people of Ystara, and a group of unlikely allies who try to solve a historical mystery still affecting everyone today.

*Reviews for Mistletoe and Angel Mage will drop next month on the 10th and 17th of October respectively.*

What to look out for in 2020!

The Sisters Grimm, by Menna van Praag – Pub Date-6th February 2020!

HighFire, by Eoin Colfer – Pub Date-28th January 2020 – The review for this will be posted on the 18th January 2020.

The Swords of Silence, by Shaun Curry (UK) -Pub Date-25th February 2020

*All of these were eARC’s given to me by #NetGalley /publishers in exchange for honest reviews*

What I did not get to this month but will be added to next months TBR’s!

Escape Routes, by Naomi Ishiguro– General Fiction- Publishing on 6th February 2020 -(Netgalley eARC)

The Choice, by Claire Wade – General Fiction – Publishing 26th December 2019 (eARC from Netgalley)

The Widow Of Pale Harbour, by Hester Fox -Horror/Gen Fiction- Publishing 17th October 2019 (eARC from Netgalley)

The Almanack, by Martine Bailey -Mystery/Thriller- Publishing 7th November 2019 (eARC from Netgalley)

The Silent House, by Nell Pattison – General Fiction- Publishing 5th March 2020 (eARC via Netgalley)

The Glass Hotel, by Emily St John Mandel – Gen/Literary fiction – publishing 30th April 2020 (eARC via Netgalley)

Akin, by Emma Donoghue – General Fiction- Publishing 3rd October 2019 (eARC via Netgalley)

What were your favourite reads this month? Let me know πŸ˜€


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