I can’t believe July is already over. It’s already over! Well, today is the last day, but it feels like it’s already over.
I don’t know how my brain was able to do this, but I read 13 books this month. THIRTEEN. I must be inhuman.
I beat my old record of eight books in a month by almost doubling it. Wow. It feels weird to zip through all these stories, but looking back all of them were so beautiful. They expanded beyond my universe and even went beyond our known universe. I’ve gone to different countries, different times, and even completely imagined worlds. I’ve followed so many characters on their journeys. I’ve laughed, I’ve cried, and I’ve always been so happy.
I’ve watched characters fall in love, travel across the border, solve mysteries, and possess magical powers. I’ve also witness the struggle to take on a cancer-preventing surgery and made sure that Eleanor Oliphant was okay.
Next month is going to be pretty busy outside of my life with books, so I might not be on here. However, I’ll try to update you all on how things are going in the future.
For now, I ask you one question. With all the books I’ve been reading lately (and getting through 13 books in a month), do you still love reading my reviews or would you rather see other content? I don’t want to inundate you with a ton of reviews and not a lot of other content.
Here’s some more on what I read below. I’m going to include links to the reviews I wrote for them and you can get all the info you need (aside from a few since I’m a bit behind in my review schedule):
Uprooted by Naomi Novik
The Selection by Kiera Cass
The Incendiaries by R.O. Kwon
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare