This month I really didn't read what I said I would read in my tbr post. I had a very busy month, I was juggling my two majors and a new job, so I had a lot of things to do. I'm particularly sorry because I didn't read the book I received for review Wonderland by Robert McKay.
Favorite of the month
Queen of Shadow by Sarah J. Maasdid not disappoint me at all. I LOVED IT! The writing was incredible, as always with Srah J. Maas books. There was amazing world building and character development, and so many things happened. I can't wait for the next one, I just want to know what's gonna happen to this characters that I have gotten so attached to.
Rating: 5 stars
Read this month
Apart form Queen of Shadows, I read 3 books this month. Two of them were on my tbr post from last month.
Succubus Blue by Richelle Mead
I always enjoy Richelle Mead's writing and this was not an exception. Also, I really liked the characters, especially, Georgina and Seth. This was a quick and fun read.
Rating: 4 stars
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
I didn't think that I would finish this book in september, that's why I said on my tbr that I was gonna slowly make my way through it. At the end, I read it all and I quite enjoyed it. I think it's really interesting to see racism through children's eyes. I definitely enjoyed the writing style, even if I felt like the first part was too long, and the best part o, the trial, was way too short.
Rating: 4 stars
A Tale of dispossessed (La Multitud Errante) by Laura Restrepo.
This was a very short book, that I read really quickly, but it was not an easy book to read. The writing was brilliant and that helped with the fact that the subject of this book it's painful. It took place in Colombia, where I am from, and it dealt with some aspects from the war. This was a love story, but through that story, it told so much about the history of the country and what the war has done to the population