The Sundown Rundown – September, 2021

Hey there, book clan!

Hope you are doing well. The end of September is here and so is the end of that hot summer weather. While I’m bummed because I live for hot weather. I am a starfish on a rock, just soaking in that sun. But, it’s Fall! The leaves are changing, the sun has taken on more powerful hues of orange, and you best believe I’m already decorated for Halloween. 🎃

At the end of September also means I’ve got the monthly wrap-up for you. This month, I’ve felt more productive than I have in a long while. I’ve gotten started on my spooky reading and can’t wait to share them. For now, take a scroll and catch up on any reviews you may have missed this month.

BTVS: Omnibus Vol. 6

Author: Joss Whedon, Christopher Golden, and more

Goodreads

At the end of season 4 of BTVS and moving into season 5, the scooby-gang encounters more strange happenings. From cameos by Angel and Jonathan to more bug demons, and Willow and Tara take on an evil witch.

Shakespeare For Squirrels

Author: Christopher Moore

Amazon

Pocket of Dog Snogging, the fool, lands on the shores of Athens and smack in the middle of fairy trickery and a murder mystery. Caught up in quite the drama that could get him killed, he finds this is the most alive he’s ever felt, even in the midst of heartache.

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

Author: Ann Brashares

Goodreads

Four best friends, one summer, once pair of pants that will keep them connected.

The Game

Author: Lindsey Miller

Goodreads

The town tradition game of Assassins for seniors of Lincoln High turns deadly.

Go the Distance

Author: Jen Calonita

Goodreads

Meg goes on her own quest and if she succeeds she’ll become a god. The quest isn’t typical and she’ll not only confront monster but the past and her ex-boyfriend.

Favorite Book this Month: I loved Shakespeare for Squirrels so much. Hilarious and raunchy can be so much fun and Moore’s work is always entertaining and never failing. Plus, I have a deep love for Shakespeare. The comedy added to the playwright’s comedy was fantastic. EVEN MORE, it’s based on my favorite play. LOL.

Least Favorite Book this Month: Okay okay, if I have to pick one then it’ll be The Game. I’m not going to be happy about it though because all of these were great. LOL. So…maybe there’s no least favorite this month. The Game was actually intriguing and thrilling and embracing.

See you guys in October!

More to come soon…

-K.

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