Good morning everyone! I hope you’re having a wonderful day.
Let’s talk about the books that I read in the month of October, as well as some other things! Just a warning, it’s going to be a very quick wrap up and a lot of it is manga. No shame.
So, let’s just get right into it. Make sure you comment below with your favorite read of October!
I ended up reading 15 things in October. So let’s go over some stats before we get into the books that I read!
Total Books: 15
Graphic Novels: 1
Total Page Count: 3,264
Average Daily: 105.29
Highest Page Count: 537
Lowest Page Count: 137
Books From October TBR: 1
Series Completed: 1
Owned Before 2020: 1
Average Rating: 4.69
Highest Rating: 5
Lowest Rating: 3
Now, lets get into these books. If you would like to read my review for each of these books, click on the photo or the title and you’ll be brought to my Instagram review.
- Crank by Ellen Hopkins (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️) | Triggers | Review
- If It’s For My Daughter, I’d Even Defeat a Demon Lord Vol 2 (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️) | Review
- Teen Titans: Raven by Kami Garcia and Gabriel Picolo (⭐️⭐️⭐️) | Triggers | Review
- The Life-Changing Manga of Tidying Up by Marie Kōndo (N/A) | Review
- My Hero Academia Vol 16-25 (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️-⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️) | Review (Vol 16-24) | Review (Vol 25)
- All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson (N/A) | Triggers | Review
I’m really enjoying this webtoon! It follows a cop and an assassin that team up together to take down the “gang” that’s taking over the town. It’s still ongoing, but the amount of work that goes into each of these episodes makes the wait worth it. Almost every single episode has music to go along with it and it’s just such a production and I highly recommend it.
This one is currently on break between seasons and I’m not caught up on it yet, but I’m really enjoying it. It’s a really cute story about a werewolf and a witch becoming friends. Both of these characters are kids and I can’t wait to watch as they get older and get closer.
My Hero Academia
I finally caught up on the anime of this and my thoughts about this are the same as with the manga, so check out those reviews. Just know that the manga is ahead of the anime, so there are things that I read in the manga that I can’t wait to see in the anime.
I’m not caught up on this one yet, but I am working on it. I’ve put it on hold for a bit because of other things, but I’m sure I’ll get back into it soon. This show, if you don’t know, follows the Behavioral Analysis Unit (the BAU) in the FBI and a specific team in this unit. It follows them as they travel around the US helping to catch serial killers and other cases that require this team to come in a try to psychologically analyze what type of person this unsub could be.
I really like how this team can take apart a crime (or multiple) and determine what type of person this person is and why they are doing it. It just fascinates me. But it’s also something that makes me a bit nervous so I can only handle so much at once.
I have to say, I really prefer this setup for wrap ups. I hate doing wrap ups, but setting it up in this simple way makes it a lot easier on me and you all don’t have to deal with a super long blog post when you only care about certain books. If that makes any sense. Let me know how you like this setup!
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