Our Women on the Ground: Essays by Arab Women Reporting From the Arab World by Zahra Hankir (Editor) (★★★★★)
White Ivy by Susie Yang (★★★☆☆)
How to Break Up With Your Phone by Catherine Price (★★★★☆)
Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen (★★★☆☆)
The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow (★★★☆☆)
I think I read so much in December that my brain kind of rebelled in January and was like, I’m gonna take a break. So I only read six books, and half of them were quite short. Which is fine! I also watched a lot of TV this month and am working on revising a book, so I have other things going on that are taking away from my reading time.
I finished The Daevabad Trilogy!!! In one month I read nearly 2000 pages, and that’s not including the whole three other books. I was very determined to finish the trilogy before the new year, and I did it!!! It…destroyed me emotionally and I’m pretty sure I’m gonna be in a book hangover for a good long while, but I did it!!!
I had a very good reading month! Enjoyed nearly everything I read and had some standouts that might even become favorites of the year. I also read a lot of books I have been meaning to get to for months, so I felt very productive.
A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess (★★★★☆)
I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid (★★☆☆☆)
Blood+ Volume 1 by Asuka Katsura (★★★★☆)
Blood+ Volume 2 by Asuka Katsura (★★★★☆)
Blood+ Volume 3 by Asuka Katsura (★★★★☆)
Blood+ Volume 4 by Asuka Katsura (★★★☆☆)
Blood+ Volume 5 by Asuka Katsura (★★★★☆)
Before and After the Book Deal by Courtney Maum (★★★★☆)
The Lost Village by Camilla Sten (★★★☆☆)
The Impossible Girl by Lydia Kang (★★☆☆☆)
The Remaking by Clay McLeod Chapman (★★★☆☆)
A Concise Guide to the Quran by Ayman S. Ibrahim (★★★★☆)
MONTHLY TOTAL: 14 YEARLY SO FAR: 94
September was a very uneven reading month. I didn’t read as much as I expected to, and nothing that I read particularly wowed me. Even the books I enjoyed I didn’t grow particularly attached to in any way, so I felt kind of apathetic, and that led to me being kind of apathetic about reading in general. Alas.