July’s Overview!

What did I read?

  1. Rip Off by Mar Preston
  2. Insurgent by Veronica Roth
  3. Leap of Faith by Richard Hardie
  4. Switched by Amanda Hocking
  5. Dreamless  by Josephine Angelini
  6. Matched by Ally Condie
  7. Radiance by Alyson Noel 
  8. Stolen Night by Rebecca Maizel
  9. If I Stay by Gayle Forman

General thoughts?


There have been a few books I read this month that I certainly didn’t enjoy as much as others, and I’m honestly not that shocked at all. But at the same time, I was shocked by how much I enjoyed a few of the books I read. Although this month has really been quite stressful for me, I’m glad with how much I got read. Also, I now know I’m even more of a fan of Dystopian novels! Which is really crazy, but I do like me a dystopian novel :3

Book of the month?


I think everyone ‘thinks’ they know what my book of the month will be, because I ranted and raved about it. But my problem is, I can’t choose… But after careful consideration… It has got to be Rebecca Maizel’s Stolen Night. I loved this book so much, it was addictive and gripping. She had a wonderful story to tell, and she told it beautifully. I’m such a huge fan of her work and this book.

Plans for next month?


Honestly, I don’t exactly know how much reading I’ll get done next month – mostly because of the fact that so much is happening. For example, I’m at work the first week of August (summer camp), then I get my A level results, then I have to go through crap to see if I’m in Uni and organise crap… Then I turn 18!! and then I actually go off to uni… So there is a lot coming up… But we’ll see!
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