October Wrap-Up

And there goes another month! We are almost eight months into the pandemic, sitting in our cozy homes. Many of you would disagree with me, right? After so much time staying home, it doesn’t really feel so cozy, does it? It still does, for me. Because I can do more of what I love the most – reading!

Ah, and that reminds me of my topic today. I am going to talk about what I read in October.

So I had participated in two readathons this month. You can view my October TBR blog post to know a bit more about them. Here are some basic statistics regarding the books I read this month.

Number of books read : 4 Number of pages read : 2420 Genres read : Middle Grade

Here is more about the four books I read this month-

Nightfall (Keeper Of Lost Cities series) by Shannon Messenger

As some of you may already know, I am currently pursuing the Keeper of Lost Cities series, and I think it may just be the best middle grade series ever written. That being said, this is the sixth book of the same series and I am pretty sure it deserves a full five stars.

Flashback (Keeper of Lost Cities series) by Shannon Messenger

This was my last read for the month, and perhaps also my favourite. It has kept me on my toes, and I just can’t wait to read the next book in the series next month! Of course, this book will get nothing less than five stars.

The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann

This was the biggest disappointment this month. I had high expectations from this book, but it did not live up to those. I give it two stars. You can the read the full and detailed review HERE

Ice Wolves (Elementals series) by Amie Kaufman

This is the first book in the Elementals series. It was my second read of the month. This book was quite okay-ish, if you know what I mean. I think I will give it 3.5 stars.

Okay, so what did you read this month? Have you read any of these four books? Do share your thoughts in the comments section. Bye!

6 thoughts on “October Wrap-Up

  1. I’m so glad you’re enjoying KOTLC! It is definitely the best middle-grade series ever and one of my favourite books – I love all the well-developed and unique characters especially!


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