What I read this month (September 2018)

A 14-year-old book blogger shares his reading list for this monthI am cheating a bit here by combining August and September, but I don’t think anyone will mind.

Night by Elie Wiesel 

This book was confronting, yet beautifully written in its simplicity

Adrian Mole and the weapons of mass destruction by Sue Townsend

The Other Side of Summer by Emily Gale 

A bit of a lighter read, this book had some great characters, and a plot that moved along at a steady pace

The Outsider by Stephen King 

This book started out as a straight crime novel, but took a supernatural turn. Full of twists and turns, as King’s novels often are, this book kept me in suspense.

A Song Only I Can Hear by Barry Jonsberg

Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner

A great introduction to the world of economics, this book was full of great facts, anecdotes and was even funny in places.