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I’m currently reading The Lucky One by Jessica Payne, a September ARC I got last minute after seeing a review mention its serial killer angle. I will also be starting Heartstopper: Volume 1 by Alice Oseman for a short break in between ARCs… I needed a graphic novel for the Beat The Backlist Bingo challenge, so this title is perfect.


1. Seat 7A by Sebastian Fitzek (4/5 stars) REVIEW 15/09
I ended up having an excellent experience with this story. True, things can be said about the credibility of it all and certain aspects of the plot are WAY over the top. Some characters could have done with more fleshing out as well… But I personally didn’t mind too much, because Seat 7A was extremely engaging. Sebastian Fitzek basically takes you on a rollercoaster ride, and especially the second half will have more than one plot twist bomb hiding in the corners. There were so many things I never saw coming!

2. The Ladies Of The Secret Circus by Constance Sayers (4/5 stars) REVIEW 18/09
There was something about The Ladies Of The Secret Circus that gave me The Night Circus vibes, and I couldn’t resist adding it to my shelves. Magical realism can go both ways for me, but I was intrigued by this blurb with its promise of a generational curse and a dark and magical circus. I’m glad my TBR jar thought it was time to finally pick up my copy, because I ended up having an excellent time with this story. I didn’t expect the story to go quite this dark and supernatural, but it worked surprisingly well!

3. Signal To Noise by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (3,5/5 stars) REVIEW 11/09
I’ve been meaning to read more of Silvia Moreno-Garcia‘s work ever since my first successful experience reading Mexican Gothic back in 2020. I actually have more than one title lined up and waiting on my kindle, so I’m still not sure why I haven’t done so already… Getting an ARC of the republished Signal To Noise was the perfect excuse to finally read one of her backlist titles sooner than later. It’s true that I don’t read a lot of YA anymore, but between the Mexico City setting and the promise of magic through music I simply couldn’t resist adding this title to my shelves. And it definitely turned out to be an interesting read!

4. My Darling Daughter by J.P. Delaney (4/5 stars) REVIEW 12/09
I’ve read and enjoyed J.P. Delaney‘s work before, so of course I couldn’t resist the invitation to read his newest story My Darling Daughter. It’s true that I’ve been mostly staying away from more domestic focused psychological thrillers in recent months, but there was just something about this story that had me fully intrigued. And what a story it ended up being! It’s been a while I’ve had a character THIS manipulative and cunning, and she is a minor at that. My Darling Daughter turned out to be a compelling and chilling domestic thriller with a cast of characters I won’t soon forget.

5. What The Wind Knows by Amy Harmon (5/5 stars) BUDDY REREAD
There is no secret that I LOVE just about anything Amy Harmon writes, and What The Wind Knows is one of my favorite stories written by her. I had such a great time rereading this story during our buddy reread with Nicki! I first read it as an ARC back in 2019, so I had forgotten about certain details, while others came back almost as soon as I started reading. The buddy read made me slow down and fully savour each chapter, and the story was just as wonderful the second time around. I won’t be posting a review this time, but you can find my original review here.


I need to catch up with my September ARCs ASAP, and next up are Sometimes People Die by Simon Stephenson and A Familiar Stranger by A.R. Torre. Afterwards, I will probably take another short break and read The No-Show by Beth O’Leary… I also hope to read my newest TBR jar pick The Most Beautiful Girl In Cuba by Chanel Cleeton some time before the end of the month.

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