My September 2017 book haul was quite a combination. It included a valuable book on article writing, a children’s book with aliens teaching energy science, and a hot love story between an Unfallen angel and a jewel elf.
Here’s the list below:
Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben (3/5 stars) (review)
Maya Burkett has witnessed her husband’s brutal murder. Now she sees him apparently alive and well playing with their kid.
Find out what the heck is going on in Harlan Coben’s thrilling story. This book is filled with dark secrets and betrayals.
Recommended for Readers Into: Female lead characters in mystery novels, modern day thrillers, and suspense.
Razr by Larissa Ione (4/5 stars)
Razr is an Unfallen one, an angel who has been kicked out of heaven, but not condemned to the underworld for all eternity (yet). He can return to his rightful place if he retrieves his gem of power. The gem’s new owner is a beautiful jewel elf.
The gem Jedda has gathered long ago has become a vital part of her body. She dies if she loses it. Things become complicated when she meets a handsome angel looking for the very jewel her life depends on.
How is this going to turn out?
Recommended for Readers Into: Angels and demons in romance novels, paranormal romance, and urban fantasy.
The Books of Enoch by Joseph B. Lumpkin (3/5 stars)
Do you remember a man named Enoch? He was briefly mentioned in the Bible for like, two seconds. He has his own book.
The books reveal the story of God punishing angels who slept with human women and Enoch’s ascension to heaven.
Recommended for Readers Into: Christianity, Jewish mysticism, and non-canon biblical stories.
Get Your Articles Published by Lesley Brown (4/5 stars)
This book is a must for those dreaming of living a freelance writer’s lifestyle. You will learn article writing basics and how to beef up your writing portfolio.
Recommended for Readers Into: Blogging, freelance writing, and general writing.
The Hidden Geometry of Life by Karen L. French (3/5 stars)
The author literally pulls everything from her mind about shapes, sounds, and nature into this book. It’s a math nerd’s treasure trove.
Recommended for Readers into: Nature, sacred geometry, and science.
Aliens and Energy by Agnieszka Biskup (4/5 stars)
Making science exciting for kids can be quite a challenge. Aliens and Energy is a humorous solution presenting science lessons with funny aliens exploring Earth (and escaping the Men in Black).
Recommended for Readers into: Aliens, graphic novels, and children’s science books.
Heroes (Volume 1) by Tim Sale and other Various Authors (3/5 stars)
Remember the TV show Heroes? Relive the adventure with the graphic novel!
Recommended for Readers Into: Graphic novels, Heroes, and superheroes.
SuperMutant Magic Academy by Jillian Tamaki (5/5 stars)
SuperMutant Magic Academy is X-Men Academy and the Harry Potter universe with a splash of quirkiness. The school is filled with unique students going through common and sometimes extraordinary high school issues.
Recommended for Readers into: Graphic novels, magical teens, and mutants.
Wonder Woman (Volume 3): “The Truth” by Greg Rucka (3/5 stars)
Wonder Woman returns to Themyscira with help from her friends including her love interest Steve Trevor and frenemy Cheetah. She finds out who has blocked her from entering her homeland and helps a troubled god in the process.
Recommended for Readers into: DC comics, superheroes, and Wonder Woman
September was an interesting month.
I have achieved my promise reading less graphic novels compared to last month. Out of the three I’ve read, I strongly recommend Supermutant Magic Academy. I loved reading it so much I envisioned myself creating the script as a live action Youtube webseries.
Looking forward to reading my October haul.
Missed my last book hauls? Here you go:
Share your September book haul in the comments below. Feel free to share your October haul too! 😉