I read a few books in July, including participating in Booktubeathon, so I managed to make some ground back on my yearly reading challenge. So here are the books I read in July:
I Heart Paris by Lindsay Kelk
I will admit, I only chose to read this book because I do, in fact, heart Paris, but I ended up actually enjoying it. It was one in a series, but, having not read the series, I didn’t feel lost at all whilst reading it, which is always a plus point.
Summer Crossing by Truman Capote
This was the second book I read for Booktubeathon, which was a lovely short tale of a Summer. It was an extremely easy read, and I felt like the female character was a perfect precursor for Holly Golightly.
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Now I love a good dystopian novel, but even I wasn’t prepared for how much I enjoyed this book. It may have even overtaken The Handmaid’s Tale for my favourite dystopian fiction. Seriously, go read it.
The other books I read in July I technically finished in August, but for a month where I was predominantly writing instead of reading, I think I did ok.