Happy Monday everyone! September came and went by in such a flash. Which I feel like is the theme of every month towards the end of the year. But I had such a great reading month and I can’t wait to share some of the books that will undoubtedly make it to my end of year favourites.
Although we’re pretty much half-way through the month (and I’ve DNF’d three books already) that isn’t stopping me! If anything, it’s a sign that I need to write this TBR to get this month back on track.
Hello bookworms! Today I’m so excited to share 5 exciting October releases, most of which are from my two favourite genres – fantasy and romance!
Spoiler Free Review
Title: Saving Everest
Author: Sky Chase
Series or Standalone: Standalone
Genre: Contemporary, Young Adult, Romance
Publication Date: October 22nd 2019
Publisher: Wattpad Books
Star Rating: ★☆☆☆☆
Everest is the most popular boy in school. He’s handsome, wealthy, and captain of the football team—he has the world at his fingertips, but he’s desperately unhappy. And when those feelings become too much to bear, he tries to take his own life.
On the surface, Beverly’s different from Everest in every possible way. She’s quiet, shy, hard working, and keeps to herself on campus, focusing on her schoolwork and her part-time job, distracting herself from her less-than-perfect upbringing.
When Everest returns to school after his attempt, he’s in more pain than ever. Discarded by his friends, he draws little empathy and too much attention from those who surround him. But when Beverly and Everest meet unexpectedly in a dusty corner of the old library, they discover together just how rich life can be when given the freedom to just be yourself.
Content Warnings in this review: mention of suicide
Hello readers! ‘Books On My Fall 2019 TBR’ is this weeks Top Ten
Tuesday Thursday Friday (yeah it’s been that kind of week 😛😓) topic from That Arty’s Reader Girl.
Understandably, Fall is one of the most anticipated seasons… especially in the book community because, it’s peak release season for books. I however, live in the Southern Hemisphere, hence why I’ve modified the topic!
Personally this TBR, isn’t entirely derivative of Fall 2019 releases. It’s really reflective of what holds I have and am waiting for from my Library at the moment. Which includes a few books I have on the backlist.
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