Hey guys! Today I’m bringing you my June Wrap Up. I’m actually surprised I read anything at all because of all the stuff happening in my life, but somehow I did! But even though I’m happy that I actually read, it wasn’t the most amazing reading month ever. I read three okay books and one absolutely amazing book, so it ended up being a fine reading month.
Now that I’ve jabbered away with how my reading month WENT, I’ll now tell you what I READ. Let’s go!
1. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Old School By Jeff Kinney
Rating: I didn’t actually rate the Jeff Kinney books this month
This was the first time I’d read this book, and I actually really liked it. I think my favourite part was the bit at the camp, probably because I remember it from one of the movies. It was a very book read and I’d recommend it to any kid who wants to get into reading or get into Diary Of A Wimpy Kid.
2. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules by Jeff Kinney
This book was a fine book. I’ve read so many Diary Of A Wimpy Kid books now that they’re all starting to blend together into one big story. So I’m trying to remember what happened in this book and not in the others, and it’s probably the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do XD. But this book had the usual amount of crazy antics and ridiculous events that it’s hard not to like. I’d read this book before, and I pretty much like it the same as last time.
3. Editing Emma (or The Dating Disasters Of Emma Nash) by Chloe Seager
The three words I’d use to sum up this book are: Meh but addictive. I literally could not put this book down. I have a weak spot for books like this, written in diary entries, and that’s why I couldn’t stop reading it. But the overall plot and the characters were so meh to me that it was just annoying. I literally can’t remember anything about this book and I only read it last month!
4. The Paper & Hearts Society by Lucy Powrie
This book is now one of my favourite books of all time, right up next to Six of Crows. I already showed this on my July TBR because I want to read it again, I loved it that much. I don’t know how Lucy Powrie wrote a debut book that utterly fantastic and beautiful, but I am so happy. Please, if you like reading and anything to do with books, read this. It’s a love letter to readers everywhere.
So those are the books I read in June! Please tell me what books you read last month, I’d love to know! I hope you have a great day and I’ll see y’all later! Bye!!