August 2, 2013 12 Comments
In July, I read 14 books, but one I didn’t finish. That’s better than the month before, when I put four books aside.
Book that stood out:
I was glad I finally read To Kill a Mockingbird (as part of a read-a-long). I had this book on my shelves since Christmas, and had it on my wishlist for a long time before that. And it certainly didn’t disappoint.
This is what I read
Click on the blue links to go to the review (as you can see, I still need to post a few reviews!).
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Historical fiction, 5 stars.
Afterwards by Rosamund Lupton. Mystery, 4.5 stars.
A Virtual Love by Andrew Blackman. Contemporary fiction, 4.5 stars.
Someone Else’s Wedding by Tamar Cohen. Contemporary fiction, 4 stars.
Letters from Skye by Jessica Brockmore. Historical fiction, 4 stars.
Songs for the Missing by Stewart O’Nan. Contemporary fiction, 4 stars.
The Returned by Jason Mott. Science fiction, 4 stars.
If You Were Here by Alafair Burke. Thriller, 3.5 stars.
Children of the Fog by Cheryl Kaye Tardif. Thriller, 3.5 stars.
I am Max Lamm by Raphael Brous. Contemporary fiction, 3.5 stars.
Zomerhuis met zwembad [Summer House with Swimming Pool] by Herman Koch. Contemporary fiction, 4.5 stars.
De sleutel tot het familiegeheim [The Key to the Family Secret] by Luize Valente. Contemporary fiction, 4 stars.
Koplopers [Front Runners] by Open Circles (no picture). Business book, 4 stars.
Euforie [Euphoria] by Christiaan Weijts DNF
Leave me a comment with a book you really enjoyed in July!