Hello readers, I’m a little late than usual with my wrap up this month, I’m sorry!
I was busy with therapies at the hospital the past few days, plus my city is in lockdown, again.
Anyway, in October I managed to read 13 books, with 2 DNF.
Dracul, the official prequel of the classic Dracula, has totally captivated my heart. I can say that maybe I’ve loved it even more than Dracula, sorry Mr. Bram.
I’ve received The ghostly Tales of Pittsburgh through Edelweiss, and it’s the perfect book with spooky stories and to know more about the history of Pittsburgh.
Gordan of Riss and the malformed sprite is a fantasy with a lot of action and humour.
Real haunted roads and highways gives you a generic knowledge of haunted roads of the world.
The worrier’s guide to life was so funny, because I’ma worrier too!!
The Malvern murders is a historical crime fiction with an interesting main character. Love the cover.
Rest in pieces, is… well, a non-fiction books about corpses.
The midnight bargain was an ARC too, sent to me through Edelweiss, a fantasy with rich and poetical words, very well written.
I love the cover of The Cold is in her bones, and I really liked the first quarter of the book. But then it drags the plot on, and, snakes apart, I can’t really see the connection with the myth of Medusa.
Strange practice was one the biggest delusion of the year: the main character is the only woman in the story and she doesn’t do anything revelant in the story. Also, I was expecting an historican fiction, not a urban fantasy.
Shadowsmith was another great delusion: a mix of different elements from famous books of Neil Gaiman throw together. And the spooky cemetery on the cover is barely there.
I hate the main character of The way I used to be, and I hated even more the clichè of the ugly girl with glasses than became a hot gorgeous girl if she wears contacts. Hate.
The invention of murder was so boring I couldn’t even read more than two chapters.
And that was my reading month, how was yours?
Tell me in the comments below!