My Favourite Reviews of the Week | 17th September

Faves 17 Sept

Hello again bookish friends! I’m here again with my favourite reviews of the week!

I’m not sure if you can tell but I’ve been a crappy blogger this weekend, and even though I had this blog post written I didn’t schedule it. My aim was to do these posts for every Saturday, but that doesn’t always happen, depending on how busy my week is etc. So from here on in, this post is going to go out whenever I have time!

I hope you guys enjoy the post and find a few reviews you missed from your feed this week!

The inspiration for this blog meme comes from Novels and Nonfiction’s “Links I Loved This Week” posts.

8th September

Novels and Nonfiction reviewed Book of Essie by Meghan MacLean Weir – I love the way this review is set out in such an easy to decipher way!

What’s Nonfiction reviewed Killer on the Road by Ginger Strand – as always, an interesting true crime review coming out of this blog and a new book to add to my TBR!

Dee’s Rad Reads and Reviews reviewed Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough – I’m excited to start this book as I’m part of a big read-along for it in October, so it’s great to see positive reviews for it

Jo’s Book Blog reviewed The Blinds by Adam Sternbergh – sounds like an interesting new mystery novel! This review definitely piqued my interest

10th September

The Misstery reviewed Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah – Annie always has such geat book recommendations!

Keeper of Pages reviewed In the Silence by M. R. MacKenzie – sounds like an interesting recommendation for anyone who loves a crime thriller that doesn’t focus too much on the hard-hitting stuff!

I Wuv Books reviewed And The Ocean Was Our Sky by Patrick Ness – a wonderful and honest review of Ness’ newest release

12th September

Pages and Tea reviewed The Outsider bt Stephen King – I haven’t actually seen many reviews for this book but I definitely like the sound of it!

Lindsey Reads and Reviews reviewed Tear Me Apart by J. T. Ellison – this sounds like a really interesting read! Lindey’s review definitely makes me want to pick it up at some point soon

Reader Vocarious reviewed Cats Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut – I’d not heard of this Vonnegut book before now but it sounds intriguing and I like this was this review highlights it could be a struggle for some readers to get into

I Have Thoughts on Books reviewed Six Stories by Matt Weslowski – love this honest review! I think I’ve only seen glowing reviews for this one so far os it so it’s good to read a differing opinion

The Beauty of Reading reviewed The Narrow Bed by Sophie Hannah – I’ve not got on with this author in the past, but this is a wonderful review for her book so it might just be worth giving her a second chance…

13th September

What’s Nonfiction reviewed The Real Lolita by Sarah Weinman –  I personally enjoyed Lolita as a novel and want to read it again soon as I haven’t read it since being 15 and I think I can take so much more away from it now, but maybe I will read this book first to get a new perspective on the characters. Wonderful non-fiction review from Ren as always

14th September

Ayunda Bhuwana reviewed Misery by Stephen King – love this review for one of my favourite books!

Write Through the Night reviewed Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty – this is one of those books I’ve avoided for ages for no particular reason but I definitely should check it out. Love Joce’s review style too!

15th September

The Quick Knitter reviewed Overkill by Vanda Symon – the more I see reviews for this book the more I want to get my hands on it!!

Buried Under Books reviewed Cult X by Fuminori Nakamura – sounds like an interesting, if not difficult read!

So there we have it! Those are my favourite review posts from this week. Thanks to all the bloggers featured for the fantastic content this week!

And onto the next week… I’m looking forward to reading some new reviews!

28 Replies to “My Favourite Reviews of the Week | 17th September”

  1. Thank you so much for these features! I got the same idea from the Real Lolita, having been years since the last time I read Lolita I want to read it again with this new perspective that book’s given me. I’ve read it two or three times and each time I noticed something new and felt like I developed different perspectives on it. And the background The Real Lolita provides on Nabokov would add a lot to a reread of the novel, I think. Thanks again for your kind words!!

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