June Wrap up and July TBR

Hey guys, it’s Eden! I’m taking over for Jenn today because she’s been super busy.

With that said, lets get to the important stuff.

I had a really good month. It wasn’t my best, but it was probably the best I’ve done since January. In total, I read seven books — four discussion books and three for review.


June Wrap up

Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia

– The story of Eliza and her online comic was one that I fell in love with. It was so good that it has become one of my top three reads of the year. For more information on the book, you can check out my review here.

The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli

– This was another story that I adored. Albertalli does an amazing job of making characters funny and relatable. I strongly suggest you check out the review if you’re interested in this book.

Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen

– As someone who has always loved Sarah Dessen, I was excited for a chance to read another of her books. I wasn’t in love with Saint Anything but I did enjoy it. Here’s my review for more information on it.


July TBR

This month I’m going for completing a series. And what better series than the Grisha Trilogy. Jenn has been talking nonstop about how much she loves this series, so I figured I would give it a shot while I have the time off from school.

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With that said, I have one more book for my July TBR. I’m heading to New York next week and I figure what better time to read A Conjuring of Light than when I’m on an airplane.

Let me know what your TBR looks like! Have you read any of these books? If so, what did you think?

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11 thoughts on “June Wrap up and July TBR

  1. I wasn’t hugely impressed with Shadow and Bone, and I haven’t read the other two. I much preferred Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. That said, I hope you feel differently! Eliza and her Monsters is on my tbr, it sounds amazing!

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  2. I just finished the Grisha trilogy this month and would definitely recommend it! I think it really picks up pace in the second book where Leigh Bardugo does the opposite of what you expected her to do. It makes me want to go and reread Six of Crows as well!

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  3. From all contemporary in June to all fantasy in July. I loved all three of your June reads, and need to get moving on the Shades of Magic series. I loved book 1, but have not gotten any further. My co-blogger has berated me for reading SoC without reading the Grisha trilogy, so I may start that series soon. Happy reading!

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