July round-up

Whoosh! And July is over. I was on vacation in the first week of July, have been back for three weeks now, but it feels like it was just a second ago. This month most of my reading was done while on vacation and since I had time I read plenty of books, this probably will be my record month this year. It has been a good month, I discovered and enjoyed the Jackson Brody series by Kate Atkinson, finally faced the book I’ve dreading for years (guess which of the below it was), read a good mix of fiction and non-fiction and I finished reading my #20booksofsummer. I am horribly behind on reviewing, but I decided to take my time, otherwise I’d have to stop reading for a week to catch up on them and I”m not ready to do that.

I’m sure August will be more challenging time-wise, but then I have another vacation to look forward to in September. Yay!

How was your July?

61. When Will There Be Good News – Kate Atkinson (r)
60. One Good Turn – Kate Atkinson (r)
59. Case Stories – Kate Atkinson (r)
58. The Heart Goes Last – Margaret Atwood (r)
57. Dusza Światowa – Dorota Masłowska, Agnieszka Drotkiewicz (r)
56. Bibliotekarki – Teresa Monika Rudzka (r)
55. Maigret and the Tall Woman – Georges Simenon (r)
54. Nie ma ekspresów przy żołtych drogach – Andrzej Stasiuk (r)
53. London: The Biography – Peter Ackroyd (r)
52. The Year of Reading Dangerously: How Fifty Great Books Saved My Life – Andy Miller (r)
51. Stone Mattress: Nine Wicked Tales – Margaret Atwood (r)
50. Raven Black – Ann Cleeves (r)

Photo by Violetta Kaszubowska @ vkphotospace

5 thoughts on “July round-up

  1. Great reading! I read 9 books in July, I think, which I was really pleased with. One review still to come on the blog as it was for an online magazine. Hope your August reading is going well, too!


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