Weekly Wrap Up: September 2-8

It has been a super crazy week, but it’s over and how I can officially say that I’m going to Disney in 7 1/2 days! So obviously that means I have to get a lot of school stuff done in the next week so that I don’t have to worry so much.

Books I Reviewed This Week:

Aru Shah and the Song of Death (Pandava Quartet, #2)

Aru Shah and the Song of Death by Roshani Chokshi – My Review

Books I Read This Week:

Sorcery of Thorns

Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson


Stormrise by Jillian Boehme

Currently Reading:

Broken Throne (Red Queen, #4.5)

Broken Throne by Victoria Aveyard

Other Bookish Posts:

Top 5 Tuesday – Series I Need To Finish

Fairyloot Unboxing – Magic in the City (July 2019)

Monthly Wrap Up – August/September


What books did you guys read this week, any new favourites? I’d love to get more recommendations as if my TBR pile isn’t big enough already!

Any reads on your (almost) fall TBRs? Books you’re looking forward to in 2020? Let me know in the comments below!

3 responses to “Weekly Wrap Up: September 2-8”

  1. Jeez, my fall TBR is huge. Serpent & Dove, Darkdawn, Five Dark Fates, The Testaments, Wayward Son, The Water Dancer…and that’s just part of September! Next few months also have Call Down the Hawk and Ninth House, and frankly I’m just way overbooked with new releases I want to get my hands on (to say nothing of all the books on my shelf that are also calling my name!).

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    • Oh Five Dark Fates! I definitely need to read that. I haven’t read any of the Jay Kristoff series, but it’s on my TBR. And please tell me that Wayward Son is about Supernatural, I may need to read that. Way too many things on the TBR, how will we ever read them all?!

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      • So, unfortunately, Wayward Son isn’t about Supernatural; it’s the sequel to Carry On, which is very loosely a riff on Drarry fanfic, for a similar-to-Harry-Potter world. Honestly Carry On was way more fun and also emotional than it had any right to be, given how silly the premise is.

        BUT if you’re a SPN fan, have you read Family Don’t End With Blood? Because that is a freaking awesome essay collection. It is members of the cast, crew, and fans, all talking about how the show and/or the fandom for Supernatural changed their lives. The final piece is an essay by Jared about his own mental health difficulties and I just…😭😭 too many feelings!! (As an aside, Season 15 can’t get here soon enough…but I am also dreading the show’s conclusion now!)


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