A Month of Reading: October

Throughout October I read six books, four I rated at five stars and two I rated at four stars, so once again, quality is winning out over quantity. A couple of them were actually pretty thick too, 600 pages and 400 pages, so I felt like I definitely got more reading time in this month, which is lovely.

22 in 2022:

Only one read for this challenge.

Review Books:

The remaining five were all review books, of which I have been receiving some fantastic titles of late.

Until next month, good reading…

8 thoughts on “A Month of Reading: October

  1. A great reading list for sure and I have added “These Days” to my winter TBR pile (Thank you!)
    I wanted to recommend the “Daughters of Teutobod” by Kurt Hansen. It was the perfect book club choice for my friends and I and I honestly can’t stop thinking about it. I love inspirational women’s fiction and family sagas always keep me hooked so this was a win-win. The book follows three different women from three different time periods – Gretel, Gudrun, and Samantha. I loved how these women were portrayed because even though they are “strong and inspirational characters” they are realistically shown as being human and making mistakes and adapting/persevering. You are transported from ancient Roman times to WWII to modern day Europe. You can read more about it here – http://www.kurthansenauthor.com/
    Happy Reading! If you do check it out I would love to hear what you think!

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