October 2014 – Book Bridgr/NetGalley/Kindle month!

Published October 1, 2014 by bibliobeth

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I can’t believe it’s October already, where has the year gone? Okay, so this month I will be attempting to read very specifically, books that I have been sent by Book Bridgr or NetGalley and other books I have had on my Kindle but haven’t got round to yet. Here is the list of books I shall be reading this month, click on the link to get to my review (if I’ve managed to write it yet!) or if not, the link will take you to the book on GoodReads.

 

The Good Children – Roopa Farooki

Station Eleven – Emily St. John Mandel

Little Lies – Liane Moriarty

Ironheart – Allan Boroughs

The Brotherhood – Lawrence Deering

Dangerous Boys – Abigail Haas

The Long Shadow – Mark Mills

Broken Forest – Eliza Tilton

Stay Where You Are And Then Leave – John Boyne

A Discovery Of Witches – Deborah Harkness

The Summer We All Ran Away – Cassandra Parkin

Songs Of Willow Frost – Jamie Ford

I’m really looking forward to starting some of these books which I have heard great things about, especially Big Little Lies, Dangerous Boys and Songs of Willow Frost. Have you read them and what did you think? I’d love to know!

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6 comments on “October 2014 – Book Bridgr/NetGalley/Kindle month!

  • LOVE Mark Mills – although I’ve never met anyone else who’s read him! Read his first three or possibly four novels, although that one’s a newer one – looking forward to hearing what you think of it! And you can’t go wrong with Liane Moriarty. God you’re tbr pile isn’t too bad – mine’s appalling. I’m like a kid in a sweet shop when it comes to books!

    • Mine’s awful too! But I just thought I’d pick ten to see me through the month, the ones I was looking forward to the most. I’ve never read any Mark Mills but I’m looking forward to trying this one! 🙂

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