October Wrap Up and November TBR

  
Happy November Readers!

Is it just me or has October ended really quickly, it’s almost like I’ve blinked and missed it. After a really lovely weekend being spoilt rotten by my mum, I am ready to head into November and start this week of well with reading. 

October was a good month for reading as I managed to complete five books and get the reviews uploaded. I’m hoping to read a few more in November, and hopefully pick up a few more book in the graphic novels series I’m reading, such as the next volumes in The Walking Dead, Chew, Saga and Sandman. So below are the books I read this month, if you want to check out my reviews just click on the titles or book covers.
The Sandman, Volume Two : The Dolls House – Neil Gaiman

  

Just One Day – Gayle Forman

  

Chew, Volume One: Tasters Choice – John Layman and Rob Guillory

  

Carry On – Rainbow Rowell

  

We’ll Always Have Summer – Jenny Han

  

For November I want to read the books below, I am very excited about these books as some are continuing the plot of a series such as Siege and Storm and Hollow City. I’m also really looking forward to reading A Girl’s Best Friend by Lindsey Kelk which is only released this month. I’ve had this book preordered for months as I’m a huge fan of Lindsey Kelk’s books, so I can’t wait to see which new adventure the girls are on this time. 
Siege and Storm – Leigh Bardugo

  

Ruin and Rising – Leigh Bardugo

  

Uninvited – Sophie Jordan

  

Hollow City – Ransom Riggs

  

Vicious – V.E Scwab

  

A Girl’s Best Friend – Lindsey Kelk

  

So I have a busy month ahead of me with no time to waste, I have to read read read as I have set myself a ridiculous reading challenge goal of 80 books in 2015 on goodreads. I don’t think I will reach it this year, however I am still willing to give it a go, after all the year isn’t over yet. 

If you have any recommendations please leave a comment!

Happy Reading!
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