Friday, 31 July 2015

July review

It has been a funny reading month for me. For the first two weeks of July I didn't read a thing because I was exam marking but as soon as that finished I have read loads.

Read in July
X Files Season 10 Volumes 1 - 4 (4 stars)
Buffy Season 9 Volumes 1 - 5 and Faith and Angel Volumes 1 - 5 plus Spike and Willow spin offs (4 stars)
I knew you were trouble by Paige Toon (4 stars)
For Holly by Tanya Byrne (4 stars)
First Class Murder by Robin Stevens (4 stars)
The Secrets and Sam and Sam by Susie Day (4 stars)
The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot (4 stars)
Darkmere by Helen Maslin (3 stars)
When I am happiest by Rose Lagercrantz (3 stars)
This Raging Light by Estelle Laure (3 stars)
Fire Colour One by Jenny Valentine (3 stars)
The Girls by Lisa Jewell (3 stars)
Things we have in common by Tasha Kavangh (3 stars)
The Readers of Broken Wheel recommend by Katarina Bivald (3 stars)
Darkest Night by Will Hill (5 stars)
Breathe Annie Breathe by Miranda Kenneally (4 stars)
Sunkissed  by Jenny McLachlan (4 stars)
I've got your number by Sophie Kinsella (3 stars)
Am I normal yet by Holly Bourne (5 stars)
Jesse's Girl by Miranda Kenneally (5 stars)
The Girl on a Train by Paula Hawkins (4 stars)

Book of the Month






It has to be Darkest Night. I've been waiting for it for a long time and I am so pleased that it was awesome

Events attended
None sadly. Too much work stuff going on. I couldn't even go to YALC because I was stuck on a school trip

On the blog
Just a few reviews this month
My Name's not Friday by Jon Walter
Lying Out Loud by Kody Keplinger
Lorali by Laura Dockrill
The Lost and Found by Cat Clarke

All my Secrets by Sophie McKenzie
Birdy by Jess Vallance
The rest of us just live here by Patrick Ness

On July's TBR pile

The Bronze Horseman by Paulina Simons
About Last Night by Adele Parks
Girl from Station X by Elisa Segrave
Opal Plumstead by Jacqueline Wilson
A Royal Disaster by Meg Cabot
Princess in the Middle by Meg Cabot
All sorts of possible by Rupert Wallis
Silence is Goldfish by Annabel Pitcher
The paying guests by Sarah Waters
Here's looking at you by Mhairi McFarlane
In the unlikely event by Judy Blume

2 comments:

Jesse Owen said...

You're reading speed still puts mine to shame!

I'm so sad to say I am so far behind with the Department 19 series, I really need to get back to this series at some point!

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classicsandcontemporaries said...

Wow, I'm never not amazed by the amount you've read, puts me to shame - and I can't say I had any work getting in the way! Thanks for the continued inspiration :)