CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT IT’S JULY ALREADY?? I’m not even kidding, I felt like last week I just posted my June TBR, what is this sorcery?
As I was wrapping up my June reads here, I came to realize that I was kinddaaaa lacking this month. Surprisingly, June was pretty hectic for me (I say as I spend over 23 hours a day on goodreads) so I’m hope July will be a more fruitful month (did I just use the word ‘fruitful’ for books, yikes, it’s too early).
Also, I’m going to be participating (or trying my best to) in the Camp NaNoWriMo this month *incoherent screeches* Anyone else joining? 🙂
- Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Magical. Dazzling. Whimsical.
2. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J. K. Rowling
Amusing. Juvenile. Easy-to-Read.
3. Once and for All by Sarah Dessen
Unrealistic. Annoying-characters. Please-no-more.
4. Scythe by Neal Shusterman
Unexpected. Twisted. Glorious.
5. Allegedly by Tiffany D. Jackson
Dark. Warped. Haunting.
6. Saints and Misfits by S. K. Ali
Diverse. Memorable. Unique-yet-relatable.
7. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon
Annoying-as-heck. Dreary. Make-it-stop.
8. Dark Matter by Blake CrouchMesses-with-your-brain. Terrifying. Like-hell-i’m-sleeping-after-this.
9. The Son of Neptune by Rick RiordanBabes. Brilliant. Fantastic-and-hilarious.
10. Cress by Marissa Meyer
Magical. Swoon-worthy. My-children-my-loves-my-happiness.
11. The Whispering Skull by Jonathan Stroud
Creepy. Haunting. Repetitive-yet-intense.
12. The Crown’s Fate by Evelyn Skye
Screw-that-ending. Hello-disappointment-my-old-friend. Yikes.
That’s my wrap up for the month of June. Which books did you read in June that were your favourite? Which were your least?
Until the next post (and stay protected from the heat, ugh. my skin cells were melting yesterday this is not alright),