Wrap-Up: June 2016

Hello to all of my fellow book bloggers, bookstagrammers, booktubers, and to the randoms who accidentally stumbled upon this page and who are now thinking, “What sort of geekery did I just get myself into?” — How are you? Have you eaten yet? What are you currently reading? Want to get married?

Yeah… I’m really good at initiating conversations, so much so that I have a ridiculous number of friends. I can count them on two whole fingers. In any case, I haven’t done a monthly wrap-up since March but I should probably get back into the habit of posting them because it’s so much easier to keep track of my reading stats this way.

Without further ado, here are the books I read during the month of June:

*Click on the title of a book if you want to read my full review for it.
*Click on the image of the book if you are thinking of purchasing it.

★★★★★ (5/5)
My Heart and Other Black Holes
by Jasmine Warga

★★★★ (4/5)
Bound by Honor
by Cora Reilly

★★★★★ (4.5/5)
We Are All Made of Molecules
by Susin Nielsen

★★★★ (3.75/5)
Bound by Duty
by Cora Reilly

★★★ (3.5/5)
Bound by Hatred
by Cora Reilly

★★★★ (4/5)
Bound by Temptation
by Cora Reilly

★★★★★ (5/5)
A Court of Mist and Fury
by Sarah J. Maas

★★★ (3/5)
by Sean Costello

★★★ (3.5/5)
by Marissa Meyer

★★★★ (3.75/5)
by Marissa Meyer

★★★★ (4/5)
by Marissa  Meyer

★★★★★ (5/5)
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
by J.K. Rowling

So, it looks like I’ve read a total of 12 books this month! My Heart and Other Black Holes and A Court of Mist and Fury were definitely standouts to me. I was still thinking about them days later!

Also, please let me know if you guys do or do not like this format! I am embarrassed to say that it took me quite a while to figure out how to post all of these links properly so I hope this layout is easy to follow.

My reviews are also posted on Goodreads and as always, you can find me (almost daily) on Instagram. Let’s talk about books!

If you have any inquiries, feel free to e-mail me at babygotpaperback@gmail.com 🙂

I will leave you with this quote:

“Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants our love.”

— Rilke

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