No Tricks, Just Treats! Seven Book Reviews in October
My reading definitely tapered off to a pace more normal in October, as we moved into our new home in Manila, got settled, and began to have some social activities! My read-list would have been shorter if not for a burst at the end due to a rainy Fall Break holiday! I read a bit of a hodgepodge in October. Some from my TBR, some because I wanted a break, a memoir, a book I've been putting off for years...and some really depressing dystopian literature to get me well and ready to vote. VOTE PEOPLE. VOTE. We really do not want our daughters to have fewer rights than their grandmothers did. If you think it can't happen you aren't paying attention. I will stop now.
Now that I'm off that soap box, I will post in order read my October reads with links to the full review in Goodreads. Simply click the image for the link to the full review. I recommend anything over 3 stars (so I'd recommend everything I read this month)!
Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett
Edge Case by YZ Chin
Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel
Historical Fiction, Audible
Our Missing Hearts by Celeste Ng
Dystopian Fiction, Audible
The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
Dystopian Fiction (I hope), Audible
Lucy by the Sea by Elizabeth Strout
Contemporary Fiction, NetGalley
I Take My Coffee Black, by Tyler Merritt