Hi everyone, I hope you have all had and amazing July and are staying safe. To be honest I’ve been a bit all over the place this month. However I have spent some time away which was great just to be in a different environment. I was a bit anxious travelling at the moment however thankful most people that I saw were sticking with wearing masks. I also got to see my very first West End show the cast of Heather’s were truly amazing and it was a great experience.
So this month hasn’t been the greatest reading wise, I managed to read 2 books which to be honest was better than I was expecting and I DNFed 1 book.
The book I DNFed was Threadneedle by Cari Thomas. I was lucky enough to be given an eARC of this book and was really excited to pick it up as it sounds like something I would love but unfortunately I just couldn’t get into it. I found myself really bored with it. Nothing interested me or stood out to me.
My favourite read of this month was A Vow So Bold and Deadly by Brigid Kemmerer. I have been loving this Trilogy and was not disappointed with this one. Will say the ending is very open ended which I wasnt the biggest fan of. I gave this 4 out of 5 stars.
Lastly I picked up Paris By Starlight by Robert Dinsdale. This is such a beautifully written book and I adore the magic and fairytale aspects, however I do feel it was too long, the pacing is really slow which does at times male it more difficult to read. I gave this 3 out if 5 stars.
I finished the Loki TV show this month and while I enjoyed it overall I felt the last episode was a bit of a let down. I get that they were setting it up for a series 2 but I still would have liked a bit more of a resolution.
I also watched the Fear Street Trilogy this month and loved them. I found the way that they did it with each of the three parts going back in time really interesting and the ending was not what I was expecting in the perfect way. Definitely worth the watch if you are a horror fan.
Spreading the Love
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- diversity in books // book talk #1 by Letters to the Lost.
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- Diverse Book Releases 2021: August Edition by Bookish Brews.
How was your July?? What did you get up to?? What was your favourite read of the month??