The heatwave/drought is taking it's toll on me and my reading. It is really hard to concentrate on less than totally engrossing reads. I was also much more busy IRL than I thought I was going to be at the start of summer vacation and August looks more like the same.
My participation in this summer's 24 in 48 was lacking, but I got a bunch of smaller stuff read and off/archived on my NOOK, so I am okay with participating very low-key. The trial run of a reverse Dewey was better. I finished off two books for July and started August reading, all in eight hours.
For COYER, I participated in the Christmas in July read-a-thon - I got 3 books done.
1. No One Would Listen: A Financial Thriller by Harry Markopolos - 2 stars
2. Lafayette in the Somewhat United States by Sarah Vowell - 3.5 stars
3. Lethal Warriors: When the New Band of Brothers Came Home/Uncovering the Tragic Reality of PTSD by David Philipps - 3 stars
4. All the Devils Are Here: The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis by Bethany McLean and Joe Nocera - 5 stars
5. All She Wants for Christmas: A Regency Christmas Novella by Amy Rose Bennett - 3 stars
6. Twelfth Knight: A Christmastide Tale by Marisa Dillon - 2.5 stars
7. Bespoke: A Tiny Christmas Tale (Espoir Archives #1) by Amanda Dykes - 2 stars
8. At Your Request (Apart From the Crowd #0.5) by Jen Turano - 4 stars
9. One in a Million (Lucky Harbor #12) by Jill Shalvis - 3 stars
10. Mystic Park (Finding Home #4) by Regina Hart - 4 stars
11. Drowned City: Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans by Don Browne - 3 stars
12. Gaijian: American Prisoner of War by Matt Faulkner - 4 stars
13. The Hens: The Third Day (12 Days of Christmas Mail Order Brides #3) by Merry Farmer - 2.5 stars