September in Review

This month I've got a total of 19 books, plus only 1 DNF. My DNF this month was an obscure Jules Verne title and you can read what I had to say about it here on Library Thing. A lot of the books I read this month were shorter children's or YA books, so not quite as much reading as last month even though the book count is higher.

I read a lot of books this month that I really enjoyed, so it's hard to pick the best book of the month. But after thinking about it the book I would start reading all over again right now would be Winnie-the-Pooh!

The worst book of the month is an easy choice. It is Cross Bones, hands down. A big disappointment!

Best book for September: Winnie-the-Pooh by A.A. Milne

Worst book for September: Cross Bones by Kathy Reichs

85. The Dark Goodbye Vol. 1 by Frank Marraffino
84. Into the Wild by Erin Hunter
83. The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick
82. Break No Bones by Kathy Reichs
81. Secret Seven Mystery by Enid Blyton (RA)
80. Rises the Night by Colleen Gleason
79. The Capture by Kathryn Lasky
78. Ransom by Lois Duncan
77. Marianne Dreams by Catherine Storr
76. The Cricket in Times Square by George Selden (RA)
75. Fluke, or, I Know Why the Winged Whale Sings by Christopher Moore
74. Aunt Dimity's Death by Nancy Atherton
73. Cross Bones by Kathy Reichs
72. Winnie-the-Pooh by A.A. Milne (RA)
71. Carrie by Stephen King
70. A Man Lay Dead by Ngaio Marsh
69. Empire of the Sun by J.G. Ballard
68. The Rest Falls Away by Colleen Gleason
67. Pure Dead Wicked by Debi Gliori

plus
1 - DNF

September Total: 19
Total Pages: 4889

August Total: 18
Total Pages: 5133

July Total: 14
Total Pages: 4216

Comments

  1. I like the Aunt Dimity books. We will NOT discuss Carrie. ;)

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  2. Wow, my September total was only 8. :( But I love your idea of listing your best and worst books of the month. I might steal that!

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