Monthly Summary: September 2021

Welcome to another Monthly Summary on Pages and Tea.

Autumn is here, Readers Imbibing Peril is happening, and my first month of Peril reading provided quality if not quantity…

I finally read The Secret History. I feel like I’ve mentioned this book over many previous autumn TBR list posts but never actually got around to reading it. This year, I did. What a book. A tale of friendship and murder on a college campus, it’s more of a why-done-it than whodunit and finding out the answer made for intriguing reading. I was sad to reach the end of this one, and I must admit it left me with no clue what to pick up for my next read. Eventually, despite a pretty extensive TBR list for Readers Imbibing Peril, I settled on an Agatha Christie and have now started Crooked House, which I suppose still qualifies for Peril as it’s a murder mystery.

And that’s all I read during September.

Elsewhere on the blog Top Ten Tuesday saw me writing about books with numbers in the title, and also provided me with an opportunity to look over my autumn TBR list.

Here’s what happened on Pages and Tea…

Book Reviews

ThisIsHowYouLosetheTimeWar

This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone

Featured Posts

Booking Ahead

September 2021

Top Ten Tuesday

Books With Numbers In the Title

Books on My Autumn 2021 TBR List

Reading Review

Reading Resolutions 2021

September Progress

Beat the Backlist Challenge Progress


Read-A-Thon Updates

#RIPXVI – Readers Imbibing Peril XVI – Sign Up and Progress Post

Events

RIPXVI

#RIPXVI – Readers Imbibing Peril XVI

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