(three days late) july reading in review

Books Bought This Month
Mechanique [IndieBound] by Genevieve Valentine
Some Girls Are [IndieBound] by Courtey Summers
Wildthorn [IndieBound] by Jane Eagland
Slouching Towards Bethlehem [IndieBound] by Joan Didion
Lost At Sea [IndieBound] by Jon Ronson
Typhoid Mary by Anthony Bourdain
Everything Leads To You [IndieBound] by Nina LaCour (Book Riot YA box)
A Sense of the Infinite [IndieBound] by Hillary T. Smith (Book Riot YA box)
Chasing Shadows [IndieBound] by Swati Avasthi (Book Riot YA box)

Books Received/Acquired This Month
The Elegance of the Hedgehog [IndieBound] by Muriel Barbery (gift)
An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes [IndieBound] by Randy Ribay (ARC from publisher)
The Einstein Prophecy [IndieBound] by Robert Masello (Kindle First)
About a Girl [IndieBound] by Sarah McCarry (from author)
Amina [IndieBound] by J.L. Powers (from publisher)
Finding Audrey [IndieBound] by Sophie Kinsella (audiobook) (for review)
Either the Beginning or the End of the World [IndieBound] by Terry Farish (NetGalley ARC)
Bright Lights, Dark Nights [IndieBound] by Stephen Emond (NetGalley ARC)
As Black As Ebony [IndieBound] by Salla Simukka (e-galley from Amazon)

Books Borrowed This Month
Texts from Jane Eyre [IndieBound] by Mallory Ortberg

Books Finished This Month
Bone Gap [IndieBound] by Laura Ruby
Meet Cécile [IndieBound] by Denise Lewis Patrick
Dancing in Red Shoes Will Kill You by Dorian Cirrone
Nightbird [IndieBound] by Alice Hoffman
Texts from Jane Eyre by Mallory Ortberg
A Crow of His Own [IndieBound] by Megan Dowd Lambert and David Hyde Costello
Crane Boy [IndieBound] by Diana Cohn and Youme
Colors of the Wind [IndieBound] by J.L. Powers and George Mendoza
Carver: A Life in Poems [IndieBound] by Marilyn Nelson
Out of Darkness [IndieBound] by Ashley Hope Pérez
Zebra Forest [IndieBound] by Adina Rishe Gewirtz
The Empathy Exams [IndieBound] by Leslie Jamison
Jane Austen Goes to Hollywood [IndieBound] by Abby McDonald
About a Girl by Sarah McCarry

Super belated post because I’m in the process of slowly road tripping from the Bay Area to Tucson. It’s weird. I have feelings.

This was a month of really good reading. I liked everything, and I even loved a lot of them.

Now I have to get to work on some stuff. And then do more driving.


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