1 star, 5 star, wrap up

July 2018 Wrap Up

 

The blue and black are the colour of this month covers!

Hello, how are you doing? I had a little accident involving my head and an iron door this month, so I still feel dizzy and tired when I’m reading. Hope to feel better in August!

In July I read a total of 9 books (but one is a re-reading) and 5 are in english:

The Uninvited by Cat Winters: I didn’t like it as much as I liked In The Shadow of Blackbirds, but this book has an amazing plot twist, and can break your heart in tiny little pieces. 4 stars.

Skulduggery Pleasant #1 by Derek Landy:  this book was totally a surprise to me! I heard positive things about it, expecially on Instagram, but I didn’t think it was so good and funny! I will continue this series. 4 stars.

The bone season by Samantha Shannon: I know that my review is in italian, but you can admire the GIFs, really funny. I know too that it’s a popular/super hyped book, but I didn’t like it. 1 star for me.

The watchmaker’s daughter by C. J. Archer: I read and review with entusiasm The Last Necromancer, another book of the same author. But this was like a copy: the plot, the background of the characters, their interactions, and now I’m feeling teased. It’s enjoyable and a lot less dark than The Last Necromancer, but I’m worried that all the series of Archer are the same. 3 stars.

Del Toro Moon by Darby Karchut: I received this ARC from Netgalley. I love the cover, the story that had made me cry, and the author is so kind! She appreciated my review, and I’m so happy! 5 stars for me, the best book I read in July!

How was your reading month?