Books I read in September (Monthly Reading Wrap Up) #BookBloggers #BookLovers #Reading #September

Hi Guys,

I had pretty awesome month in September, reading wise. I got slumpish closer to the end, but I am still happy with the amount of books that I have read.
I managed to finish 12 books, and three of them were chapter books. Nine were novels.

So here are the books I read:
(Click on the covers to read my reviews)

So Steady by Eve Dangerfield book cover Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim book cover Night of Miracles by Elizabeth Berg book cover A Perfect Cornish Christmas by Phillipa Ashley book cover The Dark Lord Clementine by Sarah Jean Horwitz book cover maša i učiteljica book cover sanja pilić maša i sport sanja pilić book cover The Liar's Sister by Sarah A. Denzil book cover little fires everywhere by celeste ng book cover I Know You Remember by Jennifer Donaldson book cover How to Make Friends with the Dark by Kathleen Glasgow book cover

Favourite book of the month: The Liar's Sister by Sarah A. Denzil book cover

That is it!

Tell me what awesome books have your read in September?
What was your favourite one?

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The one about wicked village: The Liar’s Sister by Sarah A. Denzil (Book Review) #TheLiarsSister #Thriller #BookLovers

The Liar's Sister by Sarah A. Denzil book cover

GIFTED / Today I decided to tell you about the latest thriller that I have read, since October is approaching and many readers like to devour that genre during spooky season (aka Halloween month).
The Liar’s Sister really surprised me with it’s plot, but only in positive way.
This book was published on September 25th 2019 (in other words: today) by Bookouture and I have read an eARC I received via Netgalley in an exchange for an honest review.

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About the book:

FROM GOODREADS / A SHOCKING DISAPPEARANCE. A VILLAGE FULL OF SECRETS.

Ten years ago, a boy named Samuel Murray went missing from the quiet village of Buckthorpe and was never seen again.

Rosie Sharpe cried over her missing friend for weeks after. But her little sister Heather knows that Rosie’s tears hide the truth. Because the night Samuel was last seen, Heather watched her older sister climbing back through the window of their childhood bedroom. Her jacket torn, her eyes wild and her body trembling with fear.

Heather never told anyone what she saw, but secrets can’t stay buried forever…

A decade later, Rosie and Heather return to the home they grew up in when their mother falls ill. But when their house is ransacked and they receive a threatening note, it becomes clear that someone in the close-knit village doesn’t want them there.

When Heather finally confronts her sister about what really happened on the dark, rainy night Samuel vanished, Rosie’s version of the truth is more shocking than she could ever have imagined. But can she trust her sister? And who broke into their house that night? As the lies of the past begin to unravel, they have the power to put the lives of both women in terrible danger…

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Review:

One day I was browsing through Netgalley books in order to find a good thriller because I was really in a mood for that genre.
Out of all of the novels in that category (and may I say, it’s the most popular category there) The Liar’s Sister was the one that sounded the most appealing to me.
The cover is attractive, but the premise is what got my attention, so therefore I knew it was a winner.

My feeling was right, because not only did I like the story in the book, but I also fell in love with the atmosphere, people relationships and interactions within the story. All the secrets and mystery that were not visible at all made me appreciate this piece of fiction so, so much.

This small community, spooky atmosphere was my absolutely favourite thing about this book, and with all the creepy characters and events it really gave a life to the place, it felt like the village was it’s own character.

As a cherry on top, there is a writing style that can simply be described as high quality.
Beautiful writing is always welcomed when it comes to fiction, but to me this one really stands out.

The novel is written in first person, from Heather’s POV.

After finishing the book I found out that Sarah A. Denzil is very popular author, but somehow I haven’t heard about her before (once again, this is the proof I live under a rock). I would really want to check her other work, especially Silent Child because from others’ reviews, it seems to me that that is the most loved one.

I would recommend The Liar’s Sister to everyone who is in the mood for a good thriller.
With it’s cold atmosphere, it is a perfect pick for cold nights during October.

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