How is September over? More importantly, how is it over and I've only read 5 books? I'm so mad that my reading slowed down so much due to school but.. oh well. Student problems. However, I loved all the books I read so that makes up for it!
1) The Sea Of Monsters (Percy Jackson #2), by Rick Riordan
EVEN BETTER THAN THE FIRST ONE! I LOVED THE CHARACTERS SO MUCH!!!! Tyson was soooo easy to love and the mix of humour, friendship, action and mystery really makes the Percy Jackson series one of the most amazing series ever. I'm excited to finish the series and move on to Heroes Of Olympus, but I don't want the happiness to end !!!! 5/5, no doubt.
2) The Titan's Curse (Percy Jackson #3), by Rick Riordan
Aaaah it was so good!!! Although I disliked the absence of Annabeth, because she is my favourite character and it felt weird without her. I hope the next book has more of her! I am taking a break from reading PJ right now, because I want to read different books this month, and as much as finishing the series would be great, I want to have different books to talk about on this blog. 4/5.
3) All The Bright Places, by Jennifer Niven
I took a break from reading Percy Jackson because the third book kind of got me in a reading slump, and also because I wanted to have more than one book to talk about at the end of the month. I picked up All The Bright Places, which is a book I've wanted to read since it got big on booktube 2 months ago, and it was SO. GOOD. 5/5. The ending killed me more than tfios, which I didn't think was possible. I cried so hard at the letter at the end and I still am not over it. Yup. Full review on this book here!
4) The Battle Of The Labyrinth (Percy Jackson #4), by Rick Riordan
Marathoning the Percy Jackson series was the best idea I ever had tbh. This fourth installment is by far my favourite in the series!! I loved the cast of characters, the action-packedness (?) of it and also how the prophecy was revealed at the end. I love that Riordan creates these prophecies in each book, but this is the only time I did NOT see it coming and it actually surprised me. 5/5.
5) The Last Olympian (Percy Jackson #5), by Rick Riordan
This Percy Jackson marathon made me incredibly happy and this last instalment was amazing. The last few chapters kept me on the edge of my seat and #PERCABETH is my new otp oopsies. In all seriousness, this series has everything a good book needs. Humour, adventure, great characters, action, and the ending gave me closure. Percy Jackson definitely found his spot in my favourite books of all times. 5/5.
Here was my September wrap up! Let's hope that October and fall, cozy reading helps me read a bit more!