September Reading Wrap-up

Another month, another FOUR books read. Not to bad if I do say so myself.

Kitchen Witchcraft: Crafts of a Kitchen Witch | by: Rachel Patterson ★★★☆☆

Kitchen Witchcraft seems to be a popular trend within the pagan community as of late. I’ve seen a fair few books about the topic and so decided to pick one up and give it a try. This one came off as more of a general basic witchcraft book than something that’s specifically kitchen witchery. It’s also very Wiccan influenced if, like me, that’s not the sort of thing you’re looking for. It wasn’t a bad book as an introduction to witchcraft with a bit of a kitchen witch flair.

The Clockwork Dynasty | by: Daniel H. Wilson ★★★★★

This was an amazing book. Steampunk is one of my favorite genres that I haven’t read enough of and this was definitely one of the better ones I’ve read. I’ve had a few days to process it but i still have no words to describe how much I loved it.

In the Night Garden | by: Catherynne M. Valente ★★★★★

Another five star book. This one was a bit slow at times, and sometimes even hard to follow with it’s format sometimes. I’ll have to try to get the continuation of this one soon so that I can see how the stories end.

The Hobbit | by: J.R.R. Tolkien ★★★★★

This is probably the fifth or sixth time I’ve read this book so I already knew I love it. It is the first time I’ve read it since the movies were released though so it was interesting to reread it with those in mind.

Goodreads challenge: 31/35 (If I keep this up I may have to raise it again.)

So that was it for this month. What did the rest of you read?

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