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September Wrap up and October TBR

This month has flown by! In fact...where has the year gone?! I was able to read 3 books this month while participating in the Tackle Your TBR read-a-thon that was hosted by Wishful Endings. Here are the books that I read and review

This took me forever to finish. It wasn't because of not enjoy it but because I was so busy with work and other personal things. It was a great read and I can't wait till the next one comes out
My Review

This is a physiological thriller. I like it but I was confused for most of the part especially when it got right in the climax of the story. But the writing was so good I kept on reading it. It was weird and dark. I was not expecting the ending at all. It really saved the book.
My Review

I read book 1 and 2 of the Percy Jackson series but I didn't finish the series. I really liked Mangus Chase. It had humor, adventure, Norse Mythology. I haven't read to many books that is centered around Norse Mythology but it was good. I think the next book comes out sometime next week.
My Review

October TBR
I have four books that was sent to me to review
1. Madame Lilly: Wicked #4 by Dormain G.

2.) Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton

3. Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

4. I was a B**** by Emily Ruben

There are two books that I want to fit into this set is Labyrinth Lost and A Shadow Bright and Burning
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