I read an incredible amount of books this month! I read 17 books, 2 short story anthologies, and 2 middle grade books for a total of 21. This was obviously a great reading month, partly because I had a lot of vacation time (where I obviously read, but did other things, too like hike, camp and garden), but I also did not commit to reading as many ARC's this month which I think made a big difference. Anyway, here is the rundown:
The Color of Our Sky by Amita Trasi: Literary fiction set in India about finding family. review.
Spore by Tamara Jones: Horror/Science Fiction with not quite zombies. Review
Orphan Number Eight by Kim van Alkemade: Historical fiction set in a Jewish orphanage and nursing home and forgiving and moving on. Review.
Bowery Girl by Kim Taylor Blakemore: Historical Fiction set in NYC about life in the bowery for two young women. Review.
A Fine Line by Jeanine Binder: Contemporary Romantic Suspense with a doctor and a cop. Review.
Earth 5 by Hustin Lindenhall: Science fiction for young adults with aliens. Review.
An Immortal Descent by Kari Edgren: Third book in the Goddess Born, historical fantasy. Review and a chance to win!
The Grimm Chronicles Books 1-3 by Isabella Fontaine: Young adult fantasy where the Grimm's characters have come to life. Reviews.
Masters of Time by Alesha Escobar et al.: Time Travel/ Sci Fi Short story collection. Review.
Aoleon the Martian Girl Parts 1 &2 by Brent LaVasseur: Middle Grade Science fiction with aliens. Reviews.
The Mine by John A. Heldt: Time Travel Romance set in pre-WWII. Review.
Broken Lies by Claire Vale: Young Adult dystopia with climate change and zombies. Review.
Loonies by Gregory Bastianelli: Horror in a small town. Review.
Crooked Heart by Lissa Evans: Historical fiction in WWII where two wandering souls find each other. Review.
Gristle and Bone by Duncan Ralston: Horror shorts with something for everyone. Review.
Jane By The Sea: Jane Austen's Love Story by Carolyn V. Murray: Historical Romance of Jane Austen's summer of love. Review.
Rising Tide: Dark Innocence by Claudette Melonson: Young adult paranormal with unknown vampires. Review.
The Grip of God by Rebecca Hazell: Historical fiction during the Mongol invasions, 13th century. Review.
Favorite Books this month: