Books Read in October 2017



Nicholas Bowling

Set in 1577 London, Alyce’s mother is accused of being a witch and killed. Alyce escapes but she’s important in a war between queens and the witch finders are closing in on her. This dark and dangerous story is perfect for autumn. I read it for Halloween this year and it was the best choice! I flew through it and absolutely loved the atmosphere, mystery and magic. A captivating read with one of the most beautiful book covers I’ve ever seen! I’d recommend to fans of Virginia Boecker’s Witch Hunter and Alice Broadway’s Ink.

Links: The Book Depository, Amazon, Wordery, Goodreads


Maggie Stiefvater

In a place where miracles can happen, not all is as it seems. Three cousins try to make a difference, but darkness is waiting for them if they fail. This was as strange and beautiful as I’ve come to expect. It read like a fairy tale, perfect for autumn nights. Owls and miracles, fear and darkness, love and hope. I could feel the magic with each turn of the page.

Links: The Book Depository, Amazon, Wordery, Goodreads


Jennifer Mathieu

Inspired by her mom’s past, Vivian creates Moxie, a zine that highlights sexism in her high school – comments, T-shirt slogans, dress codes and more. She leaves the zines in the girls’ bathrooms, keeping it anonymous. The message soon spreads and girls fight back.

This book rocks! A fun, exciting read with characters to root for, cute romance, awesome friendships and a powerful  message. I felt like I was a part of it and I wanted to be. Inspiring and brilliant – a must-read!

Links: The Book Depository, Amazon, Wordery, Goodreads

Also read this month:

Vengeance Road – Erin Bowman

Fireblood – Elly Blake

How to Hang a Witch – Adriana Mather

(See all reviews on Goodreads here)