September 2023 will be a month I will never forget for one reason: The Unmaking of June Farrow. But there were other fun books that month that I recommend. Find out which ones you should buy/borrow/pass in my September 2023 reading wrap-up!
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The Year of the Witching
A solid YA with lots of witchy vibes and a touch of dark fantasy. If you don't mind YA then check it out.
The Keeper of Hidden Books
A unique story that's been told before, but still quite enjoyable.
The Witching Tide
This felt torturous. It convinced me that I do not enjoy witch trial fiction.
A Beautiful Rival
I didn't expect to enjoy this as much as I did, but I like things with strong female characters. Slow and very character-driven.
The September House
Witch of Wild Things
I wanted to love this more than I did. It's full of charm but ended a bit on the unrealistic side for my taste. Feels a little YA.
A lady's Guide to Scandal
The Unfortunate Side Effects of Heartbreak and Magic
If only it would have had fewer similes. Super charming and lots to love, but highly overwritten.