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September TBR

Hello friends!

I am attempting to get back into the swing of my regular TBR and wrap-up posts as well as doing some more regular reviews and musings. Please bear with me as I attempt to juggle a social life, a PhD, a job, my reading, and this blog that I love running in a way that makes me retain my sanity (although one could make the argument that my grip on sanity has never been particularly strong anyway).

  • The Trees, by Percival Everett

  • The Marriage Portrait, by Maggie O'Farrell

  • The Bullet That Missed, by Richard Osman

  • The Ink-Black Heart, by Robert Galbraith

  • The Good Lord Bird, by James McBride

  • Creatures of Passage, by Morowa Yejidé

  • Elena Knows, by Claudia Piñeiro

  • Catch the Rabbit, by Lana Bastašić

  • Trois, by Valérie Perrin

  • Future Home of the Living God, by Louise Erdrich

  • We Had to Remove This Post, by Hanna Bervoets

  • The Eighth Life (For Brilka), by Nino Haratischvili

  • Miss Marple: The Complete Short Stories, by Agatha Christie

  • The Siren of Sussex, by Mimi Matthews

  • Nous étions le sel de la mer, by Roxanne Bouchard

  • The Murder of Mr Wickham, by Claudia Gray

As usual, I have highlighted the books I hope to review - and please do let me know if there are any you would like to see reviewed that I have not highlighted, and if you have read any of these and what you think, etc.

Happy reading,

Amélie xx

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I’m Amélie, I love books and reading, and I also love talking about them.

I’m incredibly lucky to be bilingual, so I read books in both French and English, and will talk about both of those on here – although I will do more in English, since I know that’s probably what the majority of the people who ever find this blog will be interested in!

I also like history, traveling, Shakespeare, coffee, cheese, musicals, Italian Baroque art, the ballet, Mock the Week and Have I Got News For You, flowers, makeup, high heels, and baking. Yes, I’m a walking cliché. I am aware.

Please do tweet at me with any suggestions/book recommendations/thoughts.

In case you’re curious – yes, Pride and Prejudice is my favorite book of all time.

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