June Wrap up + TBR

How are we already in July?!?!?!?! More than half of 2019 have already gone by and I feel like I’m behind on so many things..

June was a rather quiet month when it came to books.

I did not buy a single book the whole month, so there will be no book haul post, which is why I decided to just put my wrap up and tbr in one combined post to make it easier.

In June, I managed to read two books.

June wrap up

The first book I read was Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao

This book was included in a previous Fairyloot box and is an Asian Fantasy story that really intrigued me. A review is on its way, but I’ll just tell you now that I really truly enjoyed it and I am looking forward to the sequel.

The next book I read, which wasn’t even on my TBR, was Big Bones by Laura Dockrill. This is sort of a Food diary for a British overweight young girl called BlueBelle and we follow her and her life throughout a summer. It was an alright book, but not too thrilling or exciting.

Wow, yeah, I really haven’t been very book-active. Hopefully that’ll change this month.

July TBR

My July TBR is not yet set in stone. I have picked three books (two are from last month’s TBR and then the last one is the one I’m currently reading). But I have two weeks of holiday later this month so I don’t know if I’ll be reading more than these three:

Hele vejen til dig by Tina Nevala and Henrik Karlsson 
This book was part of last month’s TBR as well, but I am currently only 1 chapter in. This is a review copy from the publisher.

Rilou By by Tina Lynge
This book was also part of last month’s TBR, which I didn’t have a chance to start. This is a review copy from the author.

All That She Can See by Carrie Hope Fletcher
This is the book that I am currently reading and I am just over 1/3 of the way through.

So yeah, June was not my month book-wise, but hopefully I have left that slump behind me with last month and will now move forwards and read some more.

7 thoughts on “June Wrap up + TBR

  1. Looks like great reads you have done and will do in July. How is Carries book so far? I really liked On The Other Side from her and I do have the other books waiting in my shelf. Planning on reading them on my vacation this year 😀

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      1. I liked the dreamy part of On The Other Side, such a unique take on the whole subject. I can´t wait to read the other 2 books. I do have them both and the biography at home already, I just adore Carrie as a person 😀

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      2. She really is. I had the luck to meet her a few time at the Les Miserables stage door and she really is the sweetest. Young girls reallt are lucky to have such a great and inspiring woman to look up to! 😀

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