June in books

How are we more than halfway through the year already? 2020 was a complete write-off and I feel like 2021 has pretty much been the same so far. I try not to complain because I’ve been extremely lucky compared to other people over the course of pandemic. The nature of mine and my partner’s jobs meant that we were easily able to move to homeworking, plus, touch wood, neither of us have caught Covid so far. Still, it’s been over a year and a half since I saw my family and I recently had to cancel a trip down to see them. Sure, there weren’t any rules in place saying that I couldn’t go, but given the fact that Delta variant cases have been on the rise and I’ve only had one vaccine so far, we agreed that it wasn’t worth taking the risk. It was this week that I was supposed to be getting the train down to England to see my family, so my partner and I are going to see his parents instead, who live considerably closer and are able to pick us up in their car.

Anyway, despite the disappointment of having to cancel my trip, I did read some great books throughout June. To read my review, click on the book’s title.

And Every Word Is True, Gary McAvoy

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

A Bit Of A Stretch, Chris Atkins

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Murder: The Biography, Kate Morgan

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Lucifer’s Bride, Skye Wilson and Roxie Ray

What did you read in June? Let me know in the comments!

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