August 2022 Wrap Up

Well, that was a quick month!!

I’ve had a lovely summer holidays, spending most of it in my hometown with my family and having the best holiday to Centre Parcs.

It’s back to normality now! And I’m already planning October spooky reads šŸ‘»

In August, I read 21 books:

ā€¢ Keep It In The Family by John Marrs
ā€¢ One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid
ā€¢ Normal People by Sally Rooney
ā€¢ The Last Party by Clare Mackintosh

ā€¢ The Blackhouse by Carole Johnstone
ā€¢ Hide And Seek by Andrea Mara
ā€¢ The Last Girl To Die by Helen Fields
ā€¢ Perfect Silence by Helen Fields
ā€¢ The Night Stalker by Chris Carter
ā€¢ My Other Husband by Dorothy Koomson
ā€¢ The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

ā€¢ Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid
ā€¢ The Rising Tide by Ann Cleeves
ā€¢ The Ex by SE Lynes
ā€¢ I’ll Find You by Dan Clark
ā€¢ WilderGirls by Rory Power
ā€¢ Dear Evan Hansen
ā€¢ The Hypnotist’s Love Story by Liane Moriarty

ā€¢ The Woman In Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
ā€¢ The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas
ā€¢ Holy Island by LJ Ross

š—•š—¼š—¼š—øš˜€ š—暝—²š—®š—±: 21

š—”š˜‚š—±š—¶š—¼š—Æš—¼š—¼š—øš˜€: 3
š—£š—µš˜†š˜€š—¶š—°š—®š—¹: 14
š—žš—¶š—»š—±š—¹š—²: 4

š—™š—®š˜ƒš—¼š˜‚š—暝—¶š˜š—² š—Æš—¼š—¼š—ø: Keep It In The Family by John Marrs

š—Ÿš—²š—®š˜€š˜ š—³š—®š˜ƒš—¼š˜‚š—暝—¶š˜š—² š—Æš—¼š—¼š—ø: The Skeleton Key by Erin Kelly

š—Ÿš—¼š—»š—“š—²š˜€š˜ š—Æš—¼š—¼š—ø: The Hypnotist’s Love Story (544 pages)

š—¦š—µš—¼š—暝˜š—²š˜€š˜ š—Æš—¼š—¼š—ø: Normal People (266 pages)

šŸ®šŸ® š—¶š—» šŸ®šŸ¬šŸ®šŸ®: 2 (12/22 in total)

š— š—¼š˜€š˜ š—®š—»š˜š—¶š—°š—¶š—½š—®š˜š—²š—± š—³š—¼š—æ š—»š—²š˜…š˜ š—ŗš—¼š—»š˜š—µ: A Sliver Of Darkness by CJ Tudor and Troy by Stephen Fry

What was your favourite read of the month?

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