While I didn't accomplish as much as I'd hoped to blogging-wise in October (this seems to be a recurring theme LOL), I still managed to have a great reading month. Here's a list of the books I finished (click on the title, where applicable, to read my review):
- Colossus: The Four Emperors by David Blix;
- Attachments by Rainbow Rowell;
- Illuminations by Mary Sharratt;
- Rough Passage to London by Robin Lloyd (review to come);
- Divergent by Veronica Roth;
- Insurgent by Veronica Roth;
- The Loyalist's Wife by Elaine Cougler;
- The Final Sacrament by James Forrester;
- Banquet of Lies by Michelle Diener;
- Allegiant by Veronica Roth; and
- The Cartographer of No Man's Land by P.S. Duffy (review to come)
Of these novels, I was most impressed with Colossus: The Four Emperors and The Cartographer of No Man's Land. Unfortunately, the Divergent trilogy did not end on a high-note for me. I really enjoyed the first two novels in the trilogy - Divergent and Insurgent - but the final novel, Allegiant, was a disappointment.
What were the highlights (or lowlights) of September book-wise for you?