September TBR

So this month I am going all out on my fantasy which I am so excited about as I love diving intriguing magical lands. Working the magic systems and how it relates to everyday because that I think is something this genre does really well bringing out those issues in a way you might never have seen it before. I am finally getting to Coco Ma’s book name which I can’t wait to read as the sequel is coming out this year. I got meet her last and she was so awesome. So show your support by giving this series a go. Then I am going deep into the world of Hitchcock with a biography that has been sitting on my shelf for an age but I am very excited to read as I want to know more about his life and process in film making. Then too top it off I am reading Black and British which I know is going fascinate and educate me and he name has a beautiful style of writing.  


Let me know in the comments what books you are excited to read this month.  If you have read any of the books I have talked about lets have even more of a discussion in the comments.  


So here is the list:  


Black and British by David Olusoga


Opinion: I have been wanting to read this for a while and I have the time as I have holiday coming up. It sounds like a fascinating history that we should have on a curriculum.  


Alfred Hitchcock by Peter Ackroyd


Opinion: I love his films and I have lots of good things about this writer so I am excited to dive in.   


Skeleton Keys The Unimaginary Friend by Guy Bass


Opinion: I love middle grade especially slightly spooky stories and I have a feeling this is going to be really good fun. Thank you Little Tiger for sending it to me.  


My Secret Lies With You by Faye Bird


Opinion: As it gets into those colder months I tend to gravitate towards thriller and crime novels so I hoping this YA thriller will do the trick. Thank you Usborne for sending it my way.   


Gemina by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff


Opinion: I started my reread of this incredible SCI-FI series and I just can’t wait to keep going the main characters are so fascinating in their actions.  


Ghost Wood Song by Erica Waters


Opinion: This will be my book subscription box read which is from my SpearCraft box last month so I am excited to read this book. It sounds so mysterious and dark.  


Shadow Frost by Coco Ma


Opinion: I can’t wait to read this book I had the privilege of meeting the author last year and she is an amazing person. Thank you so much Blackstone Publishing for introducing me to her.  


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