Hello lovely reader! In today’s blog post I will be talking about all the books I read in June. During the month of June I managed to read eight books, which is quite good considering I had exams in June. Unfortunately June wasn’t a good month quality wise at all… Nevertheless, let’s get into what I read and some statistics!
So, like I’ve already said I finished eight books in June, but I also dnf’ed one book, however I won’t be talking about the dnf in the statistics of this month. The dnf was We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal, you can find some more of my thoughts on that book here.
Those 8 books I did finish, were 2600 pages in total, and I’m very satisfied that it’s such a round number! The average amount of pages for a book I read in June was 325 pages, which I consider the average amount for any book. However like I’ve said before, this month wasn’t great quality wise, my average rating was 6.3 out of 10, whereas my usual average rating is above 7.5…
Out of the eight books I read in June, four were audiobooks, three were physical books and one was an e-book. I listened to all of the audiobooks through Storytel, one of the physical books was borrowed from the library and the other books were all gifted to me.
Genre wise I read two fantasy books, two non-fiction books, two thrillers, one mystery novel and one fairy tale book. For the age ranges I read four Young Adult books, three Adult books and one Middle Grade.
And that’s everything for my June reading statistics, now I’ll list all of the books I read in June with the rating I gave them (out of ten), and whether or not I have a review for those books up on my blog. If I have a review up, I’ll also link it!
- The Last of August by Brittany Cavellaro – 5.5
- So You Want To Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oulo – no rating
- Lie, Lie Again by Stacey Wise – 2.5 – review
- My Sister, The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite – 7 – review
- Dwaas & Het Magische Hert by Clark Gillian – 6 – review to come
- Resister by Lauren Sharkey – 7
- A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer – 7.5 – review
- Bone Crier’s Moon by Kathryn Purdie – 7
My favourite audiobook of the month was So You Want To Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oulo, which definitely has a chance of ending up on my favourites of 2020 list, however I find non-fiction hard to rate, especially since I don’t feel like I am the right person to rate that book. My favourite physical read of the month (also counting e-books) was A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer, which won’t end up on my favourites of 2020 list, but it was still a fun read.
So that’s everything for my June wrap up! What was your favourite read of June?