What I read and watched in September

What I read and watched in September

September is a beautiful book month, especially when you enjoy reading outside without sweltering. I took advantage of the cooler days and read outside as much as I could.

Here’s what I got through this month:

Silverwing by Kenneth Oppel, Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom, Spiked by Randall Denley, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Uberland by Alex Rosenblat, Nobody Wants to Read Your Sh*t by Steven Pressfield, La lenteur by Milan Kundera.

Still in progress: Before Sunrise by Rick Mofina, The Orenda by Joseph Boyden, Factfulness by Hans Rosling.

Here’s what I watched:

Mind Hunter (Netflix series). Dog Eat Dog (don’t bother), The Spy (Netflix series, super well done), Geostorm (far-fetched but entertaining), Bankgok Dangerous, The Big Short, It Could Happen to You, Unbelievable (Netflix series), Criminal: United Kingdom (ditto), Between Worlds (abandoned half-way), Homeland (series) which I love so far, half-way through the first season.

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