September '17 Wrap Up

This was the first month I consciously read no young-adult books. Well... this book by Hannah Moskowitz doesn't count.

71 - A Darker Shade of Magic by V. E. Schwab - 4 stars - 400pp
Not quite as mature as I hoped or expected, but fun nonetheless. Interesting world building.

72 - Nichijou v. 1 by Keiichi Arawi - 4.5 stars - 200pp
An absurd and hilarious take on the mundane "school life" genre, filled with visual gags, overwrought puns, silent jokes and intense action. Please check it out!

73 - Rebel Rising by Beth Revis - 4stars - 304pp
This is some deep fan stuff. If you liked Rogue One, specifically Jyn Erso, and like reading Young-Adult, you'll enjoy this.

74 - Nichijou v. 2 by Keiichi Arawi - 5 stars - 200pp
I couldn't resist continuing on, and was delighted by the development of deeper jokes by some of the background characters, as well as the introduction of a talking cat.

75 - 3 by Hannah Moskowitz - 4.5 stars - 261pp
Surprisingly touching and deft look at polyamory with teens, and how it's more than just one guy dating two girls at the same time.

76 - The Fog Diver by Joel Ross - 4 stars - 332pp
A really fun, action packed post-apocalyptic story. Review coming.

77 - The Gods Lie by Kaori Ozaki - 3 stars - 216pp
Not surprised about the content, it's creepy, but I was surprised about the bleakness of the conclusion. The gods lie, indeed.

September '17 Stats
Books Read: 7
Pages Read: 1,913
ROOTs Read: 1