We’re two-thirds of the way through november and I still haven’t gotten down to writing my wrap-up post for October mostly because I keep feeling too lazy to do it, at least not the slightly detailed one that I try and do every month.

So, I’ve decided to take the lazy way out and simply list out my reads with links to the reviews, rather than write a description for each. For October, if you read my September Wrap Up and  October Reading Plans post (here), you would have noticed I hadn’t decided on a “theme” as I’ve been doing in previous months, nor did I make up a specific TBR list.

Ultimately, I ended up reading seven books. (I’d nearly finished two more but those got done technically in November and I’ll count them for this month.) My October books were:

Of these, Bleak House was one I only technically finished in October, though I’d been reading it in serial over the past few months. So here are the links to my reviews of each of these

Envious Casca by Georgette Heyer (review here)

Empress of All Seasons by Emiko Jean (review here)

Third Year at Malory Towers by Enid Blyton (review here)

Bleak House by Charles Dickens (review here)

Listen O’King by Deepa Agarwal (review here)

The Pilgrim of Hate by Ellis Peters (review here)

The Ruby in the Smoke by Philip Pullman (review here)

And while it is a little late to ask, how was your reading month last month? What did you read? What would you recommend? Looking forward to hearing all about your reads!

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