All of the books I read in October, organized by mood. I’ve linked my more in depth reviews wherever possible.
- For the super-duper fun adventure: An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green
- For when you need to fill the void in your heart that A Star is Born left behind: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid (out March 2019)
- For a gothic, spooky, literary adventure down the streets of Barcelona: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón (reread)
- For when you need a reminder that humanity can actually be beautiful sometimes (and so awful at others): Bel Canto by Ann Patchett (audio & reread)
- For when you just want to smile: Slothilda by Dante Fabiero
- For to make the flu season heebie jeebies even worse: Severance by Ling Ma
- For a reminder that being a teenage girl is being a teenage girl, no matter what country: My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante
Thank you to the following partners for gifting me copies of the books noted. As always, all thoughts and images are my own. Thank you to Booksparks (Daisy Jones & The Six), Barnes and Noble (An Absolutely Remarkable Thing), FSG (Severance), & Dante Fabiero (Slothilda).
2 thoughts on “October 2018”
I’m looking forward to reading Daisy Jones & The Six.
I love the layout of your October wrap-up! 😍💕📚✨& I’ve heard so many amazing things about Hank Green’s book!