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September Series & Sequels

75 Books Challenge for 2018

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Aug 23, 1:28pm Top

Around the 75ers group, September Series & Sequels has become an annual tradition.

Regardless of the genre--mysteries, romance, Westerns, or something else--this is the place to talk about what series books/sequels you're reading during September.

Welcome to all. I hope we all get lots of ideas!!

Aug 23, 1:29pm Top

As for my own reading, I haven't picked out many series and sequels for September yet.

Of course, I'd probably focus on mysteries, as usual, but maybe toss in a Western, as well. I've been reading some Louis L'Amour lately, for instance.

Aug 23, 2:01pm Top

Cool! I've added this to the group wiki.

Edited: Aug 23, 7:02pm Top

I am reading book 5 in the Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard. The one I am reading is War Storm and it is a chunkster! I will probably finish it in September.

Aug 23, 10:07pm Top

I guess I'll see what I have time to fit in with the other challenges in which I'm participating. I need to finish some new or revised presentations by October, but I think they are all doable. I just know it will cut into my reading time a bit.

Aug 24, 1:10pm Top

Starred, Linda. I'm not reading anything from a series right now, but I'm sure I will.

Aug 24, 4:48pm Top

I always have way too many books that qualify for Series & Sequels just for September -
Can't we do a monthly Series & Sequels?!!

Aug 24, 4:56pm Top

>7 cyderry: I would love that, Cheli. I have to admit, though, that I'm reading the soon-to-be released second Allison Brook cozy, from Net Galley, and I think I need a break from cozies for awhile. They are all running together in my mind.

Mark's AAC had Louis L'Amour in August and I may read a few more in September. Westerns will certainly take my mind off of cozies for awhile.

Edited: Aug 26, 1:59pm Top

With the release of Karl Ove Knausgaard's final book in his STRUGGLE series,
I plan to read the first one again.

Reviews of this latest book haven't been strong and the first of his Seasons series felt off.
An excerpt on Ice Cream from the Summer volume shows that he hasn't lost his good touch!

Aug 25, 7:52am Top

I have this starred, Linda. Thanks for carrying on this tradition. Not sure, what I will be reading next month but I am sure I can slip in a S & S book or two.

Edited: Aug 27, 2:32pm Top

I have already read the first in the Voidwitch Sci/Fi series and so will try for the second to finish in September. I am also going to start Road to Santiago which is one of the titles in the National Geographic Society Directions series. These short books are written by well known and not-so-well-known authors about places that they live or visit frequently. Technically, they are a series that you have to read in order, as each is about a different place, but I have been trying to read the older ones first. I read Scilian Odyssey by Francine Prose earlier this summer and it wasn’t one of the best in this series, so I have high hopes for Road to Santiago by Kathryn Harrison.

I also will be finishing War Storm by Victoria Aveyad and Warcross by Marie Lu. Both of these are YA dystopian novels and they should be exiting reads.

Edited: Aug 28, 4:38pm Top

This is great! Another reason to read from my shelves. I have lots of series book so will have to pick and chose.

Aug 26, 2:48pm Top

I'm in! I have so many possibilities it's absurd. I'll post as I read

Thanks, Linda!

Aug 26, 8:56pm Top

I may use this as the excuse to read the final Deborah Knott entry, Long Upon the Land, in September, although I hate to come to the end of that favorite series.

Aug 26, 9:27pm Top

I really prefer to read in order but recently won two ER books that wouldn't be in series order for me. In one, I'd have only one book to read to get caught up, which is doable but in the other, I think it's more like 3 or 4 books to get caught up. Not sure what I was thinking.

Still haven't given much thought to which series books to read next month but it is a pleasant thing to think about.

Aug 26, 11:07pm Top

I will be continuing with Donna Leon's Guido Brunetti series Acqua Alta, and Darynda Jones Sixth Grave on the Edge. And who knows what else will come up!

Edited: Oct 1, 10:36am Top

Well, here are a FEW books I'm considering for September.

✔Battered Body: A Supper Club Mystery (Book 5)
Be Our Ghost: A Merry Ghost Inn Mystery
✔Bear Witness to Murder (A Teddy Bear Mystery)
✔Black Beans & Vice (Supper Club Mysteries Book 6)
✔Body in the Woods: A Cherringham Mystery (The Cherringham Novels Book 2)
✔Cake and Punishment: A Southern Cake Baker Mystery
✔Chardonnayed to Rest (The Wine Trail Mysteries Book 2)
Chasing Down a Dream: A Blessings Novel
Curious Beginning (A Veronica Speedwell Mystery)
✔Deadly Brew (Kindle Single) (A Tourist Trap Mystery)
Dressed for Death in Burgundy: A French Village Mystery
Expiration Date (A Cook-Off Mystery)
Harvest of Secrets (Wine Country Mysteries)
✔Inferno by Dan Brown
In Want of a Knife: A Little Library Mystery
Lady's Guide to Etiquette and Murder (A Countess of Harleigh Mystery)
Mardi Gras Murder: A Cajun Country Mystery
✔Murder Borrowed, Murder Blue (A Wedding Planner Mystery)
Murder Most Fermented (Rose Avenue Wine Club Mystery)
✔Pasta Mortem (Supper Club Mysteries Book 7)
The Pint of No Return (A Sloan Krause Mystery Book 2)
✔The Prisoner in the Castle: A Maggie Hope Mystery
✔Read Herring Hunt (Mystery Bookshop Mysteries)
Vintage Death (A Keepsake Cove Mystery)
The Walking Bread (A Bread Shop Mystery)
Yeast of Eden (A Pancake House Mystery Book 4)

Edited: Sep 4, 12:51pm Top

>17 cyderry: Your list gives me a lot of ideas for new series to pick up, Cheli.

I've started compiling my list for September Series & Sequels.

--Grace Against the Clock by Julie Hyzy
--The Paris Spy by Susan Elia MacNeal--COMPLETED
--Glitter Bomb by Laura Childs
--Murder on Millionaires Row by Erin Lindsey
--A Question of Honor by Charles Todd
--For Whom the Bread Rolls by Sarah Fox
--A Just Clause by Lorna Barrett--COMPLETED

Aug 27, 3:53pm Top

>18 lindapanzo: 23 of those 25 are NetGalleys so I really am hoping to get a bunch done!

Aug 27, 4:48pm Top

I have a couple of series books on deck for September. I'll be reading the next Donna Leon for the group read, Acqua Alta. I'm also planning to read Zoo Station by David Downing.

Aug 28, 4:40pm Top

>17 cyderry: A Curious Beginning is a fun one, Cheli.

Aug 29, 12:12am Top

I'm in! I've dropped my star. Several of my favorite series have new books recently released or being released in September:

White River Burning by John Verdon (Dave Gurney series)
Desolation Mountain by William Kent Krueger (Cork O'Connor series)
Depth of Winter by Craig Johnson (Walt Longmire series)
Secret Undertaking by Mark de Castrique (Burryin' Barry series)
Dead Man Running by Steve Hamilton (Alex McKnight series)
Wild Fire by Ann Cleeves (Shetland Island series)
Labyrinth of Spirits by Carlos Ruiz Zafon (Cemetery of Forgotten Books)

I'll also be reading the book for the Two Guidos group read, Acqua Alta by Donna Leon.

And there are many other series books on my radar.

Aug 29, 8:26am Top

>22 tymfos: I'm looking forward to the new Shetland book most. I'm behind on the Cork O'Connor books and Steve Hamilton ones. I've read de Castrique's other series, but not that one.

Aug 30, 11:57am Top

I plan on continuing with the Clan of the Cave Bear books and finish #5 & #6 in September.

Aug 30, 6:32pm Top

>24 ChelleBearss: The books are chunksters, but they read pretty fast, don't they?! I might need to revisit them at some point.

Karen O.

Aug 30, 6:38pm Top

>22 tymfos: I am glad you mentioned the new Walt Longmire! I requested it from NetGalley and just got word that I was approved! That gives me 3 series books for September now.

Aug 30, 9:24pm Top

>23 thornton37814: I really enjoy both series by de Castrique. The Barry Clayton series is set in a small mountain community and has a bit more of a cozy feel than the Sam Blackman series.

Aug 30, 9:41pm Top

>27 tymfos: I need to try that one then although I really love the Sam Blackman ones.

Aug 30, 9:47pm Top

I think you'd like it, Lori.

Aug 31, 1:23am Top

I’m in! I’m also looking forward to the latest (and sadly, the last) Shetland Book. It’s one of my favorite series.

I’m also hoping to get to the next Bosch book, The Black Box, and I’ve got The Reckoning, the next John Madden book ready to go. And I’ve been curious about the Insp. Morse books and have Last Bus to Woodstock on tap and hope to start it soon. There are a slew of other possibilities as well.

I’ve already started Thirity Umrigar’s The Secrets Between Us which is billed as a sequel to The Space Between Us, which I loved. This one is pretty good, too!

Aug 31, 5:36am Top

I have some fitting books planned this month:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling, the last Harry Potter book, finishing my re-read.
Dune by Frank Herbert
Sleep Baby Sleep by David Hewson, 4th book in the Peter Vos series
A Season for the Dead by David Hewson, 1st Nic Costa book, re-read because book 11 The Savage Shore was just published

Not sure if non-fiction counts here, if so I can add Verhaal van een leven 1 by Konstantin Paustovsky, containing the first two books of his "Story of a Life" autobiography: Childhood and Schooldays and Slow Approach to Thunder

Aug 31, 4:35pm Top

>31 FAMeulstee: I'm planning to join you for your Dune read--I read it in high school, a LONG time ago and loved it then. I'm sure it will be a pleasant reread.

Karen O.

Aug 31, 5:50pm Top

Looks like I won’t finish my current read, Lorna Barrett’s A Just Clause by midnight and so I’ll add it to my Sept S&S list.

Aug 31, 6:19pm Top

>32 klobrien2: How nice you are joining me, Karen. I am reading it now, first time.

Sep 5, 1:23am Top

The second Fiona Griffiths mystery, Love Story, With Murders, had me quickly turning the pages until the end. It was a good one.

Sep 5, 11:55am Top

I'm in. Now reading the first of Jasper Fforde's Thursday Next series, The Eyre Affair. In my possession is the second, Lost in a Good Book. The first is entertaining me most excellently, so I'm sure I'll read the second one next (or Next).

Sep 5, 8:55pm Top

I think a read of Kent Haruf's Benediction will fit good here. I've read Plainsong and Eventide. The final book of the trilogy awaits my attention.

Sep 6, 11:35am Top

Oooh. Thought of another. I have Curtain by Agatha Christie on my To-Be-Read-the-Year. Subtitled "Poirot's Last Case". I can see the various books Christie wrote showcasing Poirot as a series, thus such a read would be the final sequel, the last of the series, and all that.

Sep 6, 12:15pm Top

I finished my first one for the month (actually one I didn't quite finish last month) - the audiobook of Miracle at Speedy Motors. I've read quite a few of these over the years, but I need to go back and fill in the ones, like this one, that I missed. As always, gentle uplifting stories and I love the narrator, Lisette Lecat.

We'll see how many of these I get to this month:
Lumberjanes vol 2 - Noelle Stevenson
Seeker's mask - P.C. Hodgell Uh oh this one is lost in the piles somewhere. Embarrassing!
Pigs in heaven
The Wild Inside - Christine Carbo - new to me mystery series set in Glacier National Park
Love Songs from a Shallow Grave - Colin Cotterill

Sep 6, 1:17pm Top

I've read three so far:

* Cold Open is the recently published 7th book in Patricia McLinn's Caught Dead in Wyoming mystery series. I don't read nearly as many cozies these days, but I am particularly fond of this series. I really like books with a very strong sense of place, and McLinn succeeds in making some aspect of life in Wyoming critical to each mystery. If anyone is interested, the first book in the series, Sign Off, is available free for Kindle on Amazon.

* Four Funerals and Maybe a Wedding is the 14th installment in Rhys Bowen's Her Royal Spyness series set in the 1930s. Fun.

* Better Nate Than Ever by Tim Federle is a reread for me - and even though it's middle grades fiction I LOVE this book. Nate runs away from his Pennsylvania home (just for the day) to NYC and if you have ever auditioned for anything, you will crack up over Nate's audition for ET: The Musical. The sequel, Five, Six, Seven, Nate! is excellent as well and the third book, Nate Expectations (no touchstone yet) is out September 18th.

Sep 6, 3:44pm Top

With Knausgaard's first STRUGGLE, I read on to enjoy the philosophy between the revelations of ordinary days and ordinary events
and to see if anything exciting will actually happen...

Sep 8, 12:35am Top

>37 weird_O: After you read Benediction, you might want to take a look at Haruf's final work, Our Souls at Night. It's not part of the trilogy, but it's set in the same town, and I recall seeing a nod or two to the trilogy that I enjoyed. It's a short book.

Sep 8, 9:02pm Top

After the first quarter of the month, it looks like we're really reading those Series & Sequels. I'll be adding plenty to my TBR list, sounds like.

Sep 8, 9:19pm Top

Okay, so far I've read:

The Second Summoning by Tanya Huff: second in the Keeper's Chronicles series
Night and Silence by Seanan McGuire: just out this Tuesday, the 12th in the Toby Daye series
Artificial Condition by Martha Wells: second of the Murderbot novellas

Sep 8, 11:02pm Top

Semester has started, and my non-class reading has stalled, except a little toward my RL book discussion group selection. After that book is done, maybe I'll get back to my series books. Had these started:
Dead Man Running by Steve Hamilton
Game of Mirrors by Andrea Camilleri (audio)
Acqua Alta by Donna Leon (eBook)

Sep 9, 9:31pm Top

>42 tymfos: I have already read Our Souls at Night, Terri. Last year maybe.

I've completed the first two books in Jasper Fforde's "Thursday Next" series: The Eyre Affair and Lost in a Good Book. I really enjoyed both, and I'll be looking for cheap copies of the third and fourth books.

Sep 9, 10:57pm Top

I fit another series book into the reading mix. The Merchant's House was the first book in the Wesley Peterson murder mystery series. It combines archeology and crime detection well and Peterson is a likable protagonist. I am sure that the next book in the series will be read in the near future.

Sep 10, 11:22pm Top

Enjoying Fifth Grave Past the Light, #5 (get it?!) in the Charlie Davidson series.

Sep 10, 11:45pm Top

I have three more to add - it always surprises me how much of my reading is from series....

Two from Diana Gabaldon: Voyager third book in the Outlander series and Lord John and the Private Matter, the first full novel in her spin off mystery series starring Lord John Grey. Both are rereads.

I also picked up (and rather unexpectedly really liked) Mick Herron's spy thriller Slow Horses, the first in his Slough House series.

Sep 11, 12:39pm Top

>49 Dejah_Thoris: Herron's series is really good, at least Slow Horses is. I really should get around to reading the second book in the series.

Sep 11, 12:45pm Top

>50 Familyhistorian: I agree - I thought Slow Horses was very good, even though it's not my usual fare. I've already requested Dead Lions from the library, although I may wait to read it until October, when it fits the AlphaKIT over in the Category Challenge.

I have PLENTY of books - series or otherwise - to read in September. :)

Edited: Sep 11, 5:47pm Top

"The central volume in Ivan Doig's acclaimed Montana trilogy, Dancing at the Rascal Fair is an authentic saga of the American experience at the turn of this century and a passionate, portrayal of the immigrants who dared to try new lives in the imposing Rocky Mountains."

I am shocked to see that it has been 8 years since I read English Creek, the first volume in this trilogy. WTH? And I loved it too and to make matters worse, I featured Doig in the 2016 AAC, with full intentions to read this book. Best laid plans, right? The continuing struggles of a book nut!

All that said, I started it today on audio and I have to give Linda P. credit, for the nudge, since she set up S & S and planted the seed, in my fuzzy little mind.

It begins very well and reminds me a bit of Sackett's Land, at least in the early going. That would also fit into the S & S category.

Sep 17, 6:08pm Top

I finished one series/sequel so far this month - The Secrets Between Us by Thrity Umrigar. And now I’m reading Dancing at the Rascal Fair, too!

Sep 17, 9:28pm Top

>52 msf59:

English Creek was great and Dancing at the Rascal Fair has its moments - I'll wait til you're done to share my thoughts.

What does the doctor say about swelling?

Sep 18, 3:41pm Top

I finished the fifth book in the Guido Brunetti series. Acqua Alta is by Donna Leon. This is one of the series that I have been trying to read through and my goal is to get done with all 28 of them in the next two years.

Edited: Sep 18, 3:44pm Top

I also finished reading book number 12 in the National Geographic Directions series. Road to Santiago by Kathryn Harrison was completed on August 31, but I am counting it here for this challenge.

This is another series that I am trying to complete. There are 22 books that were to be published in the series, but only 20 of them actually got published, so I am more than half done with this personal challenge. These are short books and so I hope to almost finish them by the end of the year. Of course, my library does not have the complete series, so I have to place an Inter-Library Loan request for them, and it takes some time for the volumes to get to me. That slows the reading process. On-the-other-hand, I don't get bored with them because they are spaced far enough apart.

Sep 18, 4:18pm Top

Received my copy of the new Cormoran Strike novel, Lethal White, today. I'd love to read it for S&S, but it's over 600 pages long! Don't know that I'll manage to squeeze it in.

Sep 18, 8:49pm Top

I finished Naughty in Nice, the fifth book in the Her Royal Spyness mystery series by Rhys Bowen, and continue to enjoy the series!

Sep 19, 10:10am Top

Finished Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Also finished The Mechanical, a well done start of a clockpunk trilogy by Ian Tregillis.

Sep 19, 11:59am Top

>57 laytonwoman3rd: You can do it, Linda!

The latest book that I read for the challenge was the middle book of the Lewis trilogy by Peter May. The Lewis Man had me turning the pages to see what would happen next. I am starting to really like the characters and will be sad to see the end of them with the third book.

Sep 24, 12:34am Top

I read the Queen of the Tearling straight through. Very good. And I also read Acqua Alta, part of the Two Bruno LT read. Good.

Sep 24, 11:03am Top

Finished the first in a new series with Clockwork Boys this weekend. Should finish up the second in a few days, then need to put the third on reserve at the library.

Sep 24, 12:53pm Top

I've had a very slow reading month so far but have managed to read 3 terrific mysteries in favorite, long-running mystery series. A Just Clause by Lorna Barrett and then her most recent one, Poisoned Pages, as well as The Paris Spy by Susan Elia MacNeal.

Edited: Sep 24, 12:59pm Top

I'm behind on Barrett's series, but the library just got Poisoned Pages. I needed a cozy mystery in the mix and it seemed a good one that might fit reading interests for our users.

Sep 24, 1:05pm Top

>64 thornton37814: In the end, I really liked Poisoned Pages but there was a lot in there, throughout, that was kind of depressing. I like the two sisters but this was more than anyone should ever have to handle.

Edited: Sep 27, 8:26pm Top

I read book 8 in the Aurelio Zen series. Blood Rain by Michael Dibdin was set in Sicily and I think this one was one of the best in the series. I have been reading these books every time I travel through an airport and they are great traveling companions. I like this series because Zen is such a character. He started out as a really good detective and as he got caught in the wheels of justice he just got ground down. He is trying to not get involved anymore and somehow these cases just keep finding him. The plot for this novel worked really well. I am sorry that there won't be anymore Zen books as they are very good reads.

Sep 27, 3:24pm Top

My September Series and Sequels:

* Acqua Alta, Donna Leon - Italy / Commissario Brunetti (#5) - 3-3/4 stars
* The Black Path, Åsa Larsson - Sweden / Rebecka Martinsson (#3) - 3-1/2 stars
* The Chessmen, Peter May - Scotland / The Lewis Trilogy (#3) - 4 stars
* The Guards, Ken Bruen - Ireland / Jack Taylor (#1) - 3 stars
* Quinn, Iris Johanson - United States / Eve Duncan (#13) - 2-1/2 stars (only one of the series I've read, and won't go back for more)
* To the Far Blue Mountains, Louis L'Amour - England & America / The Sacketts (#2) - 4 stars
* To the Top of the Mountain, Arne Dahl - Sweden / Intercrime (#3) - 4 stars

Sep 27, 7:47pm Top

I just finished J.K. Rowling's 4th Cormoran and Robin mystery, Lethal White, and loved it.

This month I've also read, from series and sequels:

Full of Briars and Night and Silence by Seanan McGuire (October Daye)

Death at Sea by Andrea Camilleri (Montalbano)

Skeleton God by Eliot Pattison (Inspector Shan)

Depth of Winter by Craig Johnson (Longmire)

Bloody Rose by Nicholas Eames (Kings of the Wyld)

Edited: Sep 27, 9:07pm Top

I managed to finish another series book. Breath of Fire by Amanda Bouchet is a fun mashup of romance novel and Greek mythology send-up. I do love that kind of story. This was book three in the Kingmaker Chronicles series. The first two in this series were lots of fun. This - not so much. But it was still readable.

Sep 27, 9:33pm Top

I finished the second of a duology, Angel Isle by Peter Dickinson, and the first of a new fantasy series, The Strange Case of the Alchemist's Daughter, which was so much fun!

Edited: Sep 27, 10:24pm Top

Books read in September that are part of series:

Last Song Before Night Ilana C. Myer
Don't Let Go Harlan Coben
Iron Sunrise Charles Stross
Revenant Gun Yoon Ha Lee
Competence Gail Carriger
The Armored Saint Myke Cole
Madeline Ludwig Bemelmans
Death at La Fenice Donna Leon
The Lost Bird Margaret Coel
Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha Roddy Doyle
Point of Sighs Melissa Scott
City of Blades Robert Jackson Bennett

I still might add one or two...

Sep 28, 1:18am Top

I finished my second S&S book for the month: Barbara Kingsolver's Pigs in Heaven which is the sequel to The Bean Trees. I really enjoyed this one, and I came away with an understanding of why Native American tribes believe they are the proper guardians of their children, even going so far as to remove adopted children from their new parents.

Sep 28, 12:00pm Top

I loved that Yoon Ha Lee series. REvenant Gun was a great way to close out the series. I admit that I had a hard time with the first book, and only the exciting battle scenes kept me reading. The universe just seemed so weird and hard to figure out. However, by the time I got to this third one it was going great guns and I just want to know what happened to Jao/Karis. I hope the author keeps writing about this world in one way or another.

Edited: Sep 28, 10:50pm Top

My Series Books completed so far in SEPTEMBER:

Garden of Lamentations by Deborah Crombie AUDIO (9-1-18) Duncan Kincaid/Gemma James series
Acts of Nature by Jonathon King eBook (9-5-18) Max Freeman series
Dead Man Running by Steve Hamilton (9-16-18) Alex McKnight series
Acqua Alta by Donna Leon eBook (9-17-18) Guido Brunetti series
False Cast by S.W. Hubberd eBook (9-20-18) Adirondack Mystery
Game of Mirrors by Andrea Camilleri AUDIO (9-22-18) Inspector Montalbano series

Currently reading:
Desolation Mountain by William Kent Krueger (Cork O'Connor series)
Reykjavik Nights by Arnaldur Indridason (Inspector Erlendur series -- prequel)

I probably won't finish these by the end of the month, as RL has gotten really busy.

Sep 30, 9:47pm Top

I have many mysteries series on the go, so many that there are often long gaps between books read. An Early Wake was the third book in the County Cork series and it didn't seem to be big on mystery.

Oct 1, 9:26am Top

Series and sequels (mostly mysteries) I have read in September:

Wash This Blood Clean From My Hand (Jean-Baptiste Adamsberg 4) by Fred Vargas
A Season for the Dead (Nic Costa 1, re-read) by David Hewson
Sleep Baby Sleep (Pieter Vos 4) by David Hewson
Valkuil (Flóvent en Thorson 2, no English translation yet) by Arnaldur Indriðason
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Harry Potter 7, re-read) by J.K. Rowling

The Black Stallion legend (last Black Stallion book; not good, a waste of time, except for completists) by Walter Farley

Oct 1, 4:29pm Top

I read the following series books in September.

Acqua Alta by Donna Leon - book 5 in the Guido Brunetti series
War Storm by Victoria Aveyard - book 4 in the Red Queen series - final book
Warcross by Marie Lu - book 1 in the Warcross series
Road to Santiago by Kathryn Harrison- the 12th book in the National Geographic Directions series that I have read
Blood Rain by Michael Dibdin - book 8 in the Aurelio Zen series
Heart on Fire by Amanda Bouchet - book 3 in the Kingmaker's Chronicles - final book

It is a nice total for the month. A couple of series finished up and a couple started.

Oct 1, 7:18pm Top

Thanks for participating in September Series & Sequels!! I'll have to go through this and add some books to my list.

Oct 2, 9:29pm Top

>79 m.belljackson:

Thanks for doing this - I'll add it to next year's Challenges.

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