What I Read: Sept ’19

Ohio by Stephen Markley: This was mentioned by the CIO at our all hands meeting and I checked out the audio book right away. I really enjoyed this contemporary novel and appreciated all the little, accurate references to Ohio. It was really satisfying to watch the six stories weave together.

The Charisma Myth by Olivia Fox Cabane: I did not finish this one, my second DNF of the year. I found it to be incredibly repetitive and person who read it definitely lacked charisma.

The Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan: Oh man. I impulse purchased this during a trip to the bookstore to buy Big C some trains and I really relished reading it. It was such a good, solid piece of historical fiction and it really caught my attention. I think a few friends even picked it up on my recommendation! Yay!

What are you reading? Anything I can’t miss before the end of the year?

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