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Monday, 31 August 2020

Reading Round-Up: July/August 2020

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I think it's safe to say that 2020 hasn't exactly happened how any of us planned, but at least there are plenty of great books to keep us company! I've been smashing my reading goals over the last few months and I can't quite believe that July and August have passed already. It will be Christmas before we know it!

So, take some time out, grab a cuppa, and sit down to check out all the books I've been reading, acquiring, and adding to my wishlist during July and August 2020!

If you missed the last reading round-up, you can catch up with that here

What is Reading Round-Up?

Reading Round-Up is a simple way for me to keep track of everything book-related, and a fun way to show you what I've been reading over the last few months!

Out are the books I've read in July and August.

In are the books I've acquired during that time.

And wishlist are the books I've found out about and want to buy but haven't managed to get my hands on yet!

In
  • The Last Piece by Imogen Clark
  • The Day She Came Back by Amanda Prowse
  • Every Little Piece of My Heart by Non Pratt 
  • Himagus by Kerat Kaur Jhaj 
  • The Berlin Girl by Mandy Robotham 
  • The Christmas Killer by Alex Pine 
  • The Secrets of Saffron Hall by Clare Marchant 
  • The Safe Place by Anna Downes
  • Agatha Raisin and the Potted Gardener (Agatha Raisin #3) by M.C. Beaton
  • You and Me by Nicola Rayner
  • The Second Marriage by Gill Paul
  • Have You Seen Me? by Kate White 
  • Jerry's by Terry Ravenscroft 
  • As the Stars Fall by Steve N. Lee
  • Honour Bound by Danielle Ancona 
  • The Reckless Afterlife of Harriet Stoker by Lauren James 
  • Burn by Patrick Ness
  • The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab 
  • The Left-Handed Booksellers of London by Garth Nix
Out
Wishlist
  • The Flight by Julie Clark
  • The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult 
  • The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance by Paul Strathern 
  • What Lies Beneath by Adam Croft
  • Call the Midwife: A True Story of the East End in the 1950s by Jennifer Worth
  • The Lying Tongue by Andrew Wilson 
What have you been reading recently? Have you read a book I should know about? Let me know in the comments below!

4 comments:

  1. Great list! I have also been reading much more this year than the years before. #PoCoLo

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    1. Reading has certainly been a great escape during lockdown!

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  2. I love reading and increased my reading time during lockdown. I'm always on the lookout for book recommendations, so I'll take a close look at your list! Thanks! #pocolo

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