Sunday, July 1, 2012

June Wrap-Up & July TBR

I read every book on my June TBR and even managed to squeeze a lot more books in than I expected so hopefully I get through a lot more in July.

In June I read...
  1. The Last Echo- Kimberly Derting
  2. All These Things I’ve Done-Gabrielle Zevin
  3. Infinity- Rachel Ward
  4. Black Heart- Holly Black
  5. Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales- Jacob Grimm
  6. When You Were Mine- Rebecca Serle
  7. Violet by Design- Melissa Walker
  8. Heist Society- Ally Carter
  9. Insurgent- Veronica Roth
  10. Violet in Private- Melissa Walker
  11. Gilt- Katherine Longshore
  12. The Field Guide - Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi
  13. The Seeing Stone - Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi
  14. Lucinda's Secret - Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi
  15. The Ironwood Tree -Holly Black andTony DiTerlizzi
  16. The Wrath of Mulgarath- Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi
  17. Summer and the City - Candace Bushnell
  18. A Blue so Dark- Holly Schindler
  19. Gods Behaving Badly- Marie Phillips
  20. Variant- Robinson Wells
  21. Free Four: Tobias Tells the Story- Veronica Roth
  22. The Eleventh Plague- Jeffrey Hirsch
  23. The Immortal Rules- Julie Kagawa
  24. The Dreamhunter- Elizabeth Knox
  25. Code Name Verity- Elizabeth E. Wein
  26. Irises- Francisco X. Stork
  27. Wanderlove- Kristen Hubbard
  28. For Darkness Shows The Stars- Diana Peterfreund

This month I hope to read...

  1. Darkest Powers Bonus Pack- Kelley Armstrong
  2. Hate List- Jennifer Brown
  3. The Wizard of Oz- L. Frank Balm
  4. Ghostly Justice- Bev Irwin  
  5. Eon- Alison Goodman
  6. The Ask and the Answer- Patrick Ness
  7. Jellicoe Road- Melina Marchetta
  8. The Summer I turned pretty Jenny Han
  9. Ship Breaker- Palo Baigalupi
  10. Envy- Gregg Olsen
  11. Incarceron- Catherine Fisher
  12. The Duff- Kody Keplinger
  13. Bossy Pants- Tina Fey
  14. Gone Girl- Gillian Flynn
  15. Gold- Chris Cleave
  16. Hana- Lauren Oliver
  17. 13 Secrets- Michelle Harrison
  18. A Midsummer Night's Dream- William Shakespeare
  19. The Forrest of Hands and Teeth- Carrie Ryan
  20. The Singing Stone- O.R. Melling
  21. The Subtle Knife- Philip Pullman
  22. The Amber Spy Glass- Philip Pullman

What are you planning on reading in July. Leave a link below so I can check it out. Happy reading!


  1. Holy wow, that is a decent amount of books!

    You MUST read Jellicoe Road ASAP. It's only my favourite book of all time. ;) I actually get nervous when people read it because I hope they love it so much. Most people are really confused at the start, but keep going because it will make sense and it is SO WORTH IT.

    1. I am so excited to read it. I have heard so many great things about it so it is a must read for me asap :)