It seems like we say this all the time, but it really is hard to believe another month is over. Summer always seems to fly by faster than any other season for me as I find myself busier. Still time for reading, but not as much as in the colder months.
How was your July for books?
- The Transcriptionist; Amy Rowland - (eBook) - 4.5/5 - July
- The Highway; C.J. Box (audio) - 3.5/5 - July
- Mr. Tiger Goes Wild ; Peter Brown - (library) - 5/5 -July
- Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands; Chris Bohjalian (audio and eGalley) - 4.5/5 (July)
- The Storied Life of AJ Fikry; Gabrielle Zevin - (audio and eBook) - 5/5 (July)
- The From-Always; CJ Hauser (arc) - 3/5 (July)
- A Man Called Ove; Fredrik Backman - (arc/eGalley) - 5/5 (July)
- My Gentle Barn; Ellie Laks (NF) - (eGalley/audio) - 4/5 (July)
- The Sleepwalker's Guide to Dancing; Mira Jacob - 4/5 - (eGalley) July
- Elizabeth is Missing; Emma Healey - 4.5/5 arc/audio - no review yet
- The Maytrees; Anne Dillard (audio) - 4/5 no review yet
YTD - 80 booksAugust Reading Plans -
- Finish Mr. Mercedes; Stephen King (60-more pages)
- Review (2) books from July - The Maytrees; Dillard and Elizabeth is Missing; Healey
- The Story Hour; Thrity Umrigar
- The Conditions of Love; Kurshner
- The Girls from Corona del Mar; Thorpe
- Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage; Murakami
- (a few random picks)
Any end of summer reading plans for you?