Monthly Wrap-Up — July 2020

Posted July 31, 2020 by Stephanie in monthly wrap up / 19 Comments

Another end of a month, another wrap-up. July was the month of mixing genres and illustrated books. My favorite book of the month was We Demend The Right To Vote by Meneese Wall, one of those illustrated books I’ve read. It was timely, a quick read and just amazing!
1. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde (audiobook) — 5/5
2. The Illustrated Odyssey by Homer — 4/5
3. Desperate Measures by Katee Robert (reread) — 4/5
4. We Demand The Right To Vote by Meneese Wall — 5/5★ (my review)
5. Stolen Bride by J.L. Beck & C. Hallman — 3/5
6. Ancient Egyptian Magic by Christina Riggs — 4/5
7. City of Bronze, City of Silver by Saga Hillbom — 4/5★ (my review)
8. High Flyer by Michelle Diener — 4/5★ (my review)
9. Beauty Tempts the Beast by Lorraine Heath— 4/5★ (review to come)
10. Soothsayer by Kathryn Amurra — 3/5★ (review to come)
11. The Templars by Dan Jones (audiobook) — 4/5
12. History of Bourbon by Ken Albala (audiobook) — 3.5/5
13. Heroes and Jerks by Ed Daly — 4/5★ (review to come)
14. Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel by Eoin Colfer, Michael Moreci & Stephen Gilpin — 4/5

How many books did you read in July and what was your favorite out of them?

19 responses to “Monthly Wrap-Up — July 2020

    • It helped that a couple of the books were illustrated so they finish pretty quickly + I always have an audiobook going when I commute or do any chore at home. But even I was surprised at the number haha 😀

    • Yes! There already was a graphic novel years ago and I read the first three but now they redid the whole thing so of course had to get it. 😛

  1. Wait, The Picture of Dorian Gray audiobook is narrated by Ben Barnes? Need to get on that 🙂
    Looks like you have an amazing reading month, a mix of different genres is always fun. Hope you’ll have a great August!

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