For The Love Of Books | July 2021

I definitely felt like I was in an overall funk in July but that might have translated into getting a bunch of books read - which I'll take as a win for the month. 

My favorites were Nothing To See Here and The Ones We're Meant To Find and The Push

Here's what I read this past month: 

Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid: Enjoyed. Easy, quick summer read. If you've enjoyed other books from her you'll probably like this one too. 

The Ones We're Meant To Find by Joan He: I am fascinated by people who are able to imagine/create/conceive other worlds and I kept coming back to that over and over with this story. At some points in the book I felt totally lost but I wasn’t deterred and basically became obsessed with finishing it. Probably not a story for everyone but I definitely find myself taken with dystopian narratives and the human choices along the way.

56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard: This one was a like not a love. 

Nothing To See Here by Kevin Wilson: Loved it. I’ve had this in my pile for a long time and I’m so glad I finally read it. Completely unique story full of heart.

The Push by Ashley Audrain: Whoa. Super heavy subject matter about mothers + children + partners but also amazingly good, richly detailed writing. I had a super hard time putting it down.

Happy reading!

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  1. CraftyCat says…

    I enjoyed reading THE PUSH too!

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