Best of: August 2019

Folks, we’re back to not completing TBRs as August ends. Yeah, I know, I’m as surprised as you are (not). Because my research project is due mid-September and I have then got to go job-hunting (bleh), I’m not bothering with one for this month really (besides the two I didn’t get to last month plus Reads Rainbow’s book club read).

But anyway, enough dwelling on the books I didn’t read, and more on what I did.

Total: 49 books (so close damnit)

Novels: 46
Novellas: 2
Short stories: 1

Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee
The Downstairs Girl by Stacey Lee [review]
Steel Crow Saga by Paul Krueger [review]

Guarding the Countess by Jess Michaels [review]
Hazard and Somerset by Gregory Ashe
The Wallflower Wager by Tessa Dare

Sing the Four Quarters by Tanya Huff [review to come]
Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn (reread)
Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore [review]

Lie With Me by Philippe Besson [review to come]
Lord of Secrets by Breanna Teintze
Ignite the Stars by Maura Milan

What were your best reads of the month?

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One Reply to “Best of: August 2019”

  1. I’m honestly amazed at how fast and how much you read, it’s admirable haha, wish I could do that! My best read was a Spanish graphic novel called El final de todos los agostos. It’s about a 30 year old man who goes back to the village he used to spend his summer at when he was a child to do a photography project and recreate some of the pictures he first took there. It’s a story about growing up with internalised homophobia, really bittersweet, but I loved every second of it and the art was really original and it worked amazingly well with the feelings of the story.

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