Books I Read: June

I struggled a little in June, because classes started back, and honestly - why did no one tell me how terrible summer classes ar...



I struggled a little in June, because classes started back, and honestly - why did no one tell me how terrible summer classes are? We have assignments due every three days, and I have been swamped, but I still managed to read four books. I sadly feel like I let myself down, but at least I got through those four, right?


The Lying Game* by Ruth Ware: If you're a fan of Ruth Ware like me, I wouldn't say don't read this, but it's definitely my least favorite of her three novels. This story is basically Pretty Little Liars for the 30-something crowd. (full review here) 3/5
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo* by Taylor Jenkins Reid: One of the best books I've read in a while, this novel follows the life and love(s) of Evelyn Hugo as told to new-on-the-scene journalist Monique Grant. (full review here) 5/5
Every Last Lieby Mary Kubica: Another book about liars, this Mary Kubica books follows suit with other novels by Kubica - told from multiple perspectives with too many side plots to follow. The main plot isn't so terrible, but it could've been better. (full review here) 3/5
Arboria Park* by Kate Tyler Wall: This is a quick read that starts in 1960 in a housing development. I loved that this story was about community and knowing where your home is. (full review here) 4/5













* denotes that the book was received free in exchange for a review. All review, as always, are 100% my own.

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