Saturday, June 30, 2012

Summer Reading Weekly Update #3

Hi everyone. It's the last day of June and I haven't done one of these in awhile. I suppose I "failed" my 30 books challenge for this month but I'm glad I had the opportunity to read so many great books. I think I still have around 7 books to read. Still, 23 books is very good!

What I've read since June 15:









  • Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson-This is a huge tear-jerker and I absolutely loved it!
  • Lies Beneath by Anne Greenwood Brown-Such a unique take on mermaids but there was a bit of insta-love.
  • Forgotten by Cat Patrick-Loved the idea for this one and was executed very well.
  • When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle-I loved this retelling of Romeo and Juliet. It was amazing!
  • Flirting in Italian by Lauren Henderson-I was super excited for this one but it fell a little flat.
  • Dark Kiss by Michelle Rowen-Great premise but overall not the best read. 
  • For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfreund-OH MY GOODNESS! I really love this book. 
  • Spell Bound by Rachel Hawkins-A fabulous book to end a fabulous series. I'm going to miss Sophie and the gang.
  • Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo-I just finished this yesterday and I'm in love. It was amazing. I can't stop thinking about it!
Currently Reading:
I haven't made it too far into The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa but I can't wait!

The Plan:
My original plan was to finish up the books that I didn't finish this month. But I'm not quite sure. I think I'm just going to see where it goes. But here's a couple of books I know I will be reading in soon!




3 comments:

Mary @ BookSwarm said...

Wow--23 is definitely NOT a fail! And you read some fantastic ones, too (though I agree about the one that fell flat...a DNF for me, sadly).

Lisa said...

Congrats! 23 books in one month is amazing!

Mariana G said...

could you do the review of Spellbound ? i'd really like that *.*

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