June 2016 Wrap-up

My June Wrap-up is a bit late but better late than never. June was a busy month with work and personal/family related things, so I haven’t been as dedicated to reading this past month. During June I focused on light and breezy books, things that I knew I could finish fast and could pick-up to read in short spurts.

Although my page count is nothing impressive this month, I am happy to say that I have completed another reread (recall, it is one of my personal goals to complete 4 rereads this year). So let’s jump into what I read this past month.

Are any of these on your reading list?

Carnivorous CarnivalThe Carnivorous Carnival
 by Lemony Snicket


Read if You’re in the Mood For:
Children’s Middle-Grade,  Fiction, lions, a fortune teller with a crystal ball, a unique Children’s Adventure story

Click To See My First Impression of Lemony Snicket

AGreatAndTerribleBeautyA Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray

Read if You’re in the Mood For:
A YA fantasy with a bit of historical fiction and a possible budding romance, young Victorian era ladies questioning gender norms & breaking rules, looking for a new trilogy,  dreams, visions & magical realms

Click to Read Spoiler Free ReviewMyMonthsTopPick


Fables 2Fables Deluxe Edition (#2) 
by Bill Willingham


Read if You’re in the Mood For:
A fairytale retelling with characters living in New York, Graphic novels/comics, some unexpected (and creative) histories from old fairytale characters. Would recommend reading Book1 before reading this copy.

Finding WinnieFinding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear by Lindsay Mattick


Read if You’re in the Mood For:
Children’s picture book, nonfiction, being told a family’s story which relates to Winnie the Pooh, Canadian authors

More Details on Goodreads




2 Comments Add yours

  1. How many of Fables are in there. i am currently reading Witches. I think its the thirteenth one


    1. myareads says:

      The 2nd Deluxe Edition is comics 11 – 18. I’m currently reading the 3rd edition and its comics 19-27.

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