Monthly Wrap Up | July 2017

July 2017 Books Read: 8

2017 Goodreads Challenge: 50/60

Wow! I am 10 books away from completing my Goodreads Challenge goal already! I think I should up it to 75… what do you guys think? So many great books were read! Most were 4.5-5 stars with only 2 being 3 stars! That’s rare. Normally there’s always 1 that’s a dud for me. I am still in the middle of job searching (sigh) so I’ve had lots of time to read but I really can’t wait to get a job and read during my commute! Here’s what I’ve read this month:

Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi
5/5 stars
Review to come

Saga: Volume 5 by Brian K Vaughan
5/5 stars
Review to come

Geekerella by Ashley Potson
4.5/5 stars
Review here

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
4.5/5 stars
Review here

The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith
3/5 stars
Review to come

Artemis by Andy Weir *ARC
3/5 stars
Review to come

The Alice Network by Kate Quinn
4.5/5 stars
Review to come

Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys
5/5 stars
Review to come

What was the best book you read in July?

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6 Responses to Monthly Wrap Up | July 2017

  1. I read and loved Homegoing this month as well!

    I am so sad to see that so many people are disappointed with Artemis! It was one of my most anticipated releases! I am looking forward to your review!

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    • I think people are just comparing it to The Martian. Plus, a male writing a female part was very obvious (haha)! Don’t let other people’s opinions deter you! The science and space stuff was on point!

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  2. You’re so close to reaching your goal! Congrats. 🙂 I’m not a huge fan of Jennifer E Smith, so I don’t think I’ll be reading The Geography if You and Me. I want to read Geekarella soon! I have only heard wonderful things. Good to see that you really liked it too. 🙂

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  3. Congrats! Oh, Salt to the Sea, looks a lovely book!

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