Warm September brings the fruit

Posted On 30 September 2015

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My monthly round up – what I’ve read/plan to read, any events, etc:

Books read:

  1. The Dragon Engine by Andy Remic
  2. Bitterblue
  3. Kushiel’s Chosen – readalong
  4. Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho
  5. The Traitor (Baru Cormorant) by Seth Dickinson
  6. Deadlands by Jonathan Maberry
  7. The Kingmakers by Clay and Susan Griffiths
  8. Bloodforged by Erin Lindsey
  9. Flux by Ferrett Steinmetz – review to follow
  10. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – review to follow


Bloodbound by Erin Lindsey

Unfinished series completed:

  1. The Kingmakers by Clay and Susan Griffiths

Books Bought:

  1. The Crimson Corset by Alistair Cross
  2. Without Light or Guide (Los Nefilim part two) by T Frohock
  3. Under My Skin by Zoe Markham

Review Books:

  1. Made to Kill by Adam Christopher
  2. The Machinery by Gerrard Cowan
  3. Speak by Louisa Hall
  4. City of Wonders by James A Moore
  5. The Palace Job by Patrick Weekes
  6. The Prophecy Con by Patrick Weekes
  7. The Paladin Caper by Patrick Weekes
  8. The Grace of Kings by Ken Liu
  9. Malus Domestica by S A Hunt

Cover Spotlight:  (I love both of these)

UK or US cover:?? (UK for me with this one – not fond of the US cover tbh)


Backlist Backburn is an end of month event organised by Lisa at Tenacious Reader. If you’ve caught up on any of your backlist then call over and link up.   I find this a good incentive to dust off some of my books!  Last Month I read the Erin Lindsey book but didn’t review it in time so included it for September’s backburn.

Top Ten Tuesday at The Broke and Bookish (every Tuesday).

Tough Travel by Nathan at the Fantasy Review Barn 

Completed the readalong for Kushiel’s Chosen by Jacqueline Carey


8 Responses to “Warm September brings the fruit”

  1. Tammy

    I just got a copy of The Traitor and I hope to read it soon. Looks like you had a pretty good month, reading wise. I went back and counted my September reviews and I realized I didn’t post as many as I thought I did:-( I wish I could freeze time and catch up!

    • @lynnsbooks

      I wish I could freeze time too! Just back off holiday and so far behind that it should be illegal!
      Lynn 😀

  2. jessicabookworm

    Looks like another good month. I like the cover for Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo and I agree I think I prefer the UK cover for Speak by Louisa Hall. Happy reading in October 🙂

    • @lynnsbooks

      Six of Crows was so good – I absolutely loved it.
      Lynn 😀

  3. Mogsy

    I’m reading the Kingmakers now and I’m loving it!

    And hmm. Not too fond of either covers of Speak, if I’m to be honest 😀

    • @lynnsbooks

      I can’t wait to read your thoughts on Kingmakers.
      Lynn 😀

  4. Lisa (@TenaciousReader)

    I’m really curious about Speak, look forward to hearing what you think of it. And I love the cover for Six of Crows.

    • @lynnsbooks

      Six of Crows was so good. I really enjoyed it. Speak looks very curious – looking forward to that one.
      Lynn 😀

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