#FlashbackFriday – October 2017 & 2016 #BookReviews

It’s the first Friday of the month so once again I’m joining Kerry @ Chat About Books sharing my reviews from books I was reading during the same month in previous years since starting this blog.

These are my reviews from October 2017 & 2016
I wonder if you’ll recognise any?

October 2017

Blind Side by Jennie Ensor

31200537

Living Like Audrey by Victoria Loustalot

35608390

Still Christian by David Gushee

36162865

Genuine Fraud by e. Lockhart

33843362

October 2016

Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult

29391645

The Taste of Air by Gail Cleare

32179161

Let It Out A Journey Through Journaling by Katie Dalebout

29778098

The British Table by Colman Andrews

28818244

Breaking Dead by Corrie Jackson Sophie Kent #1

28925043

The Secret Letters by Catherine Law

31670149

Music For Life by Fiona Maddocks

32324434

Dark Water by Robert Bryndza

31433106

The Spy by Paul Coelho

30730497

Undertow by Elizabeth Heathcote

31822367

Pause for Thought

29950592

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11 thoughts on “#FlashbackFriday – October 2017 & 2016 #BookReviews

  1. Holly B / Dressedtoread says:

    Living Like Audrey caught my eye! I just love her movies. I’m going to look it up now. haha you are an enabler! ❤

  2. carhicks says:

    Fun look back to previous years. I only recognized 4 of these books, but only read one. I will check them out, but no time to read them right now, I guess they will just go on the wishlist for now. Great share.

  3. Yvo says:

    I always forget joining these until it’s too late! xD I’ve only read Small Great Things and Dark Water of these, although I have a few on my TBR.

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