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After failing to stick to my TBR for August I decided to just continue on picking out books as and when which led to an interesting selection. From popular thrillers to short stories, a biography and even a graphic novelisation of late 80's TV, let's talk September's reads...
Continuing on from last month's darker books I finished new release, Dawn Kurtagich's The Dead House, popular thriller The Girl On The Train (Paula Hawkins, 2014) and YA survival tale The Raft (S A Bodeen, 2012), all of which were interesting reads with something a little bit different to offer. I also dipped into short story collection Horowitz Horror (Anthony Horowitz, 1999) - just in time for Halloween!
I'm currently back in the re-read game after a few months of all-new books (who forgot that was my challenge for the year? *raises hand*). Challenge-in-mind I'm going back over ten years and revisiting biography Dave Grohl: Foo Fighters, Nirvana & Other Misadventures (Martin James, 2003).
The final book I have to talk about this month is definitely my favourite of the bunch and very much contrasts from the others. I was incredibly excited to find out that there was going to be a graphic novel based on one of my favourite shows, Saved By The Bell and this month I got to read the first volume. I'm talking more about Saved By The Bell: Vol 1* over on Blogger's Bookshelf today, so if you're a fellow fan of the TV series head on over there now for the full post!
Reviews posted this month: The Accident Season, Moira Fowley-Doyle (2015)