Friday, August 1, 2014

July 2014 Wrap Up


Another month gone! This month was busy at work, busy at home, but also quite full of reading. I'm so close to my reading goal for the year already, and it's only just now August! This was a month of really great books, and some not so great ones. Let's see where they fell.

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(C) = Children / (YA) = Young Adult / (NA) = New Adult
(A) = Adult / (MG) = Middle Grade
** Books read in previous months


Books read and reviewed in July:
(A)*Novella* The Wanderer in Unknown Realms by John Connolly - Review (4/5)
(YA) The Naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes - Review (5/5)
(MG) Death's Academy by Michael Bast - Review (3/5)
(YA) Unwept by Tracy Hickman & Laura Hickman - Review (2/5)
(A) *Novella* Blackout by Tim Curran - Review (5/5)
(A) *Novella* The Bridesmaid by Julia London - Review (3/5)
(A) *Novella* The First Sinners by Kate Pearce - Review (3/5)
(A) *Novella* The Ties That Bind by Kate Pearce - Review (2/5)
(YA) *GN* This One Summer by Jillian Tamaki & Mariko Tamaki - Review (4/5)
(A) Meeting His Match by Katee Robert - Review (4/5)
(YA) *AB* Reboot by Amy Tintera - Review (4/5)
(A) *GN* Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer by Van Jensen & Dusty Higgins - Review (3/5)
(A) The Exiled by William Meikle - Review (4/5)
(A) Fiancee For Hire by Tawna Fenske - Review (5/5)
(MG/YA) The Fog of Forgetting by G.A. Morgan - Review (3/5)

Total Reviewed: 15
Toward Month Totals: 15

Books read but not reviewed:
(MG) The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster (5/5)
(A) Clean Sweep by Ilona Andrews (4/5)
(YA) *AB* Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor (4/5)
(YA) Oblivion by Sasha Dawn (1/5)
(YA) *AB* Cruel Beauty by Rosamond Hodge (1/5)
(A) *Novella* Jack & Jill by Kealan Patrick Burke (3/5)
(A) *Novella* The Mister Trophy by Frank Tuttle (3/5)
(YA) Eternity Can Wait by Paula Bell (2/5)

Total books read in July: 23
Goal Progress: 117 books out of 150 books (78% finished)


Favorite book of the month?

It's a tie between The Naturals and Fiancee for Hire! They're in two totally different genres, so I think it's safe to say I loved them both equally :). I also want to give a shout out to Blackout. It's deliciously creepy.

That's it for me. How was you reading month?


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