September 2014 Reading Wrap-Up

 

 

This is somewhere where I don't live. :-)  I love the pic though.

This is somewhere where I don’t live. 🙂 I love the pic though.

I read the following titles (with links to blog posts about said book where there is one):

Indian Horse – Richard Wagamasee (F)

I See You Made an Effort – Annabelle Gurwitch (no blog post) (NF)

Video Night in Katmandu – Pico Iyer (NF)

The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly – Sun-Mi Hwang (F)

Memory Wall – Anthony Doerr (brief post) (F)

Absolutely Typical – Victoria Mather and Sue MaCartney-Snape (no blog post) (NF Humour)

Significant part of The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins…  (F) (post to come)

Best books by far: The Wagamasee and the Hwang (both fiction which is not usual for me).

Total number of books read in September: 6

Total number of pages read: 1397 pages (av.233)

Fiction/Non-Fiction: 3 F and 2 NF

Library books vs. books I owned (and thus removed from the home abode): 1 library books and 5 owned books. No e-books this month (except if you count the ongoing read of Collins.)

And now for October – one thing is certain – scary reading will be in the list. 🙂

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