October Reading List – Final

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Gator Bait by Jana Deleon.   Loved this book. Fast paced and funny.
Nun Too Soon by Alice Loweecey. This is book 1 in a new series for me.
Code Blue by local author Joyce Scarbrough A really good short story and slightly frightening.
Nikolas and Company Book 1 by Kevin McGill
    DNF, I’ve realized I don’t care for steampunk. I enjoyed most of this book and was a bout half way thorough when they started with the gears. Quickly lost interest after that. I think my girls would love it, so I’m passing it on to them. It’s a middle reader book.


Once Upon a Crime: A Brothers Grimm Mystery by P.J. Brackston  DNF. It started out strong. Interesting concept and funny. I tired quickly of the voice.
Chocolat by Joanne Harris I wrote an entire post on this book. I loved it. Nothing like the movie but worth the read and now I need to own a copy.
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson DNF. I just wasn’t into it.
Disappearing Nightly by Laura Resnick This is book 1 in the Esther Diamond Series. It took a while to find too. I actually had to buy this one online. I just read my first Diamond book, I think it was book 5, and I loved it. I want to read the rest of the series in order. I have a feeling it will be a bit like an Easter egg hunt to collect them all.


I also finished:

The Map of Moments by Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon.

That’s not bad. I didn’t finish everything, but I did discover a few gems as well. Next month will be interesting with NaNoWriMo and all.


What did you enjoy reading this month?


2 thoughts on “October Reading List – Final

  1. Sorry you didn’t enjoy Nikolas and Company, but I hope your girls love it. If they do I’d be happy to send them the most recent book for free: Nikolas and Company: Fire of The Lionsbran


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