Welcome to October! I, Persy, had a rather pathetic September, with a meager 2815 pages read and 15 books completed. The number is better than I was expecting, but it gets super depressing when I remember that only three of those books were fictional novels read for pleasure. The rest were history and British literature books or manga.
Best September Book: I guess I'll have to go with The Importance of Being Earnest by the one and only Oscar Wilde. Also, The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex.
Honorable Mention: Beauty Sleep by Cameron Dokey and Romeo and Juliet (Manga Shakespeare) by William Shakespeare, Richard Appignanesi, and Sonia Leong.
Worst September Book: Cantarella Vol. 5 by You Higuri. The series started off okay and just went downhill. Sojourner Truth: Ain't I A Woman by Patricia and Fred McKissack is also terribly written.
Dishonorable Mention: The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane. Sorry, just didn't like it at all. And, unfortunately, the first volume of Millennium Snow by Bisco Hatori was pretty bad too (but I can't help but be a fan because of Ouran).
Maybe I'll get a bit more pleasure reading done this month.
Hi. Arty here. September was also a rather dismal reading month, with just 22 books read. In my defense, I finished writing a book! But... well, that was pretty early on. So anyway.
Best September Book: Either Myths of the Norsemen by Roger Lancelyn Green, or Hope Was Here by Joan Bauer.
Honorable Mention: The Schwa Was Here by Neal Shusterman was really great (who's surprised?); also, Wonder by R.J. Palacio.
Worst September Book: Probably Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare. Sigh. I held out hopes...
Dishonorable Mention: Worldshaker by Richard Harland. It stared out fantastic, but by the time it ended, I just wanted to throw everybody over the edge of the ship.
So there you have it. Here's to better books and more reading time for the Month of Halloween!