July reading recap

I started out the month reading books at a fast pace, but my reading declined a bit due to illness and travel. Here is what I read in July:

Personal Demons by Lisa Desrochers (7/3)

Uncommon Criminals by Ally Carter (audiobook) (7/4)

Original Sin by Lisa Desrochers (7/7)

Dark Parties by Sara Grant (7/7)

Die For Me by Amy Plum (audiobook) (7/8)

Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park (7/9)

Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins (7/18)

Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini (7/20)

Vampire Academy graphic novel by Richelle Mead, Leigh Dragoon, Emma Vieceli (7/27)

Book Stats for July:

Books read: 9

Pages read: 2409

Audiobook hours listened: 15.67

Avg page count: 344

Book categories:

YA Contemporary fiction: 3

YA Paranormal: 5

YA Dystopian: 1

Book Type:

e-Book: 2

Audiobook: 2

Paperback: 5

Reading Challenge Updates:

Read 100 Books in a year: 61/100

2011 Debut Authors:  13/25

YA Historical Fiction: 3/15

Contemps:  6/20

Dystopian: 12/23

My five star reads this month were Lola and the Boy Next Door and Flat-Out Love. Lola is a great follow up to Anna and the French Kiss, and one to look out for in September. Flat-Out Love is available now as an ebook and coming soon as a paperback and is another satisfying contemporary book.

August looks to be another good month for new releases. I have plenty to catch up on in my own library though, so I hope that I don’t add to much to the reading pile this month.

What were some of your favorite books read in July? What are you looking forward to reading this month? Hope that August is full of great reads and excitement for everyone.


2 thoughts on “July reading recap

  1. Ashley says:

    ‘Uncommon Criminals’ was so fun. Of course I love ‘Flat-Out Love’. And ‘Lola’! *sigh and also squee* Can’t wait!!

  2. It was a good month! You’ll read Lola soon 🙂 Luckily you have lots of other great books to distract you. Have a great August!

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