My Ambitious and Spooky October TBR

My Ambitious and Spooky October TBR

Let’s chat about the books I hope to read this month!

Books mentioned: ( afflinks)
The Final Girl Support Group –
The Year of the Witching –
Misery –
The Devil of Nanking –
Annihilation –
White Smoke –
My Heart is a Chainsaw –
The Mary Shelley Club –
Vampires Never Get Old –
The Hollow Girl –

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