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I’m currently reading most anticipated release Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid; it’s still early days but I hope to finish it before the end of the month… I will also start another ARC: The Lighthouse Witches by C.J. Cooke. Not only is the cover absolutely gorgeous, but I also love the sound of this gothic thriller story in general.


1. The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix (4/5 stars) REVIEW 
After more than one glowing review, I just knew that I HAD to move The Final Girl Support Group to the top of my TBR pile… And I’m glad I did, because my first introduction to Grady Hendrix‘s writing most definitely turned out to be a positive one. It’s true that I’m a horror newbie when it comes to both books and movies, but I could still appreciate the references and I really liked the idea behind the plot as well as the focus on the final girls.

2. Adulthood Is A Myth by Sarah Andersen (4/5 stars) REVIEW 03/10
I’m not sure how this one escaped me until now as I’ve read the rest of the books of this series and I always enjoy my time with Sarah Andersen‘s work. Adulthood Is A Myth is the first book of a non fiction graphic novel series that is both funny and highly relatable. Whether you are an introvert, fellow bookworm or a catlover, there are comics for you to connect to… And I can really appreciate the open and honest way Sarah Andersen looks at and portrays her life.

3. Dying Truth by Angela Marsons (4,5/5 stars) REVIEW 03/10
It’s no secret that the DI Kim Stone series is one of my favorite new discoveries this year and I’m hoping to have fully caught up by the end of the year. Dying Truth is already book number eight of the series, and let me just tell you: this one shocked me to the core and I’m still processing that ending! It’s hard to go into details without spoiling anything, but what I can say is that I never saw those final developments coming even after that ominous prologue… Oh yes, definitely brace yourself before you read this one.


I will probably pick up One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston next as I keep hearing great things and I’m in the mood for a lighter read. Afterwards it’s an Halloween month title with the ARC The Midnight Man by Caroline Mitchell. I have high hopes for this one as I tend to enjoy her stories… And I’m also super excited to be starting buddy read The One Hundred Years Of Lenni And Margot by Marianne Cronin with Nicki next Monday! My newest TBR jar pick Grown by Tiffany D. Jackson will probably have to wait until at least the second half of October as there are lots of titles I want to get to first.

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