Hello, hello, hello. It’s September…….I was trying to think of a good September pun, but I couldn’t think of one. Bugger. Anyways! I’m back in school, which means more books to add to my “For Class” section. I do consider myself a pretty classy person, so it works. Eh? Eh? No? Oh, okay. #awkward
Let’s just talk about books, okay? I can do without being weird. (Lol, right *sarcastic side-eye to myself*)
ALL OF MY REVIEW BOOKS ARE SO OLD. I’ve been very good about not requesting new ones because I hardcore need to catch up on my older ones. The Starlit Wood is actually one that I’m on time for (as of now). It’ll be published in October, so I’m hoping to read it in September! And I love fairy tales, so it’s great. I’m not going to include any of my eARCs here because it’s embarrassing how late some of them are. BUT I’ll get to it sometime.
My senior English capstone is about Frankenstein and its adaptations (cool, huh?), so of course I have to read Frankenstein right away! I’m reading that one this weekend, and then I’ll be reading this second book (the Frankenstein-y book without a title on the cover) throughout the month/semester. It’s called Frankenstein: A Cultural History, and it’s probably going to be pretty interesting. There are a ton of facets about Frankenstein that intrigue me, so I’m excited to dive in! I’m also in a British modernist short story class, so I’ll be reading a lot of short stories for that but no full books to include here.
I actually finished The Little Prince last night…but I think I’m going to read it again. It was beautiful. And so thought provoking. And I want to read it again before I watch the Netflix movie. I’m currently in Salt to the Sea, and I’m hoping to get further this weekend! Do I even need to say anything about these last two? So excited. So ready. Also not ready for Blood for Blood…but, you know, it’s a love-hate relationship with series enders like this.
Have you read any of the books on my TBR for September? What did you think? What are you planning on reading this month? Let me know in the comments!