In case you missed my last post, I'm in the middle (or hopefully near the end) of a pretty big reading slump. Which means that this wrap-up, which was supposed to be the first of three GIANT summer wrap-ups where I'd cram as much reading in as I could before school, is pretty sad-looking. I read 4 books. One of them was a comic. The last time I read only 4 books was in my first month of college, and that was a significantly better excuse.
Oh, well. At least I read some things! And I'm going to get back on track! I promise.
GEORGE by Alex Gino: This was so cute! I've been meaning to pick it up for ages - I think I'm basically the last person to - and I'm so glad I did. I'm really happy that there are kids growing up with books like this.
GEORGIA PEACHES AND OTHER FORBIDDEN FRUIT by Jaye Robin Brown: Another one that I've wanted to read for a while! I had a couple of problems with this one, but overall, it was a pretty great read. I loved the characters, and it was such a great story.
STAR WARS: HAN SOLO by Marjorie M. Liu: This was so much better than I thought it was going to be! I've started keeping my expectations low for all of the mini series, but this one was action-packed and managed to fit a whole plot that still made sense into five issues.
NORTH OF HAPPY by Adi Alsaid: I've been meaning to read an Adi Alsaid book for a while now, and I finally did! I knew I was going to love this by the time I was only a few chapters in. I was sucked right in, and honestly, how great it was probably contributed to me not wanting to read anything else for a while.
- Total books: 4
- Longest book: Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit, 432 pages
- Shortest book: Star Wars: Han Solo, 112 pages
- Favorite book: North of Happy
- Least favorite book: Star Wars: Han Solo
Backlist Reader Challenge: 1 this month, overall 17/60 (George)
Read it Again, Sam Challenge: 0 this month, overall 17/16+
2017 Debut Author Challenge: 0 this month, overall 7/12
2017 Series Ender Challenge: 0 this month, overall 3/5-10
BLOGGING CHALLENGE PROGRESS
2017 Discussion Challenge: 1 this month, overall 4/11-20 (Are Reading Slumps Good?)
How have your lives been? When was your last reading slump? How many books did you read this month? Tell me in the comments!