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Good Riddance July: Books Read This Month

July was not my month. It was a hard month physically, mentally, and spiritually. Because of that, I didn’t read much. In my tbr I said that I expected not to read very much, but I expected to complete more than two books. However, the books I did read were good. I’m also still reading Fall of Giants. It has been great. I am hoping to finish it up in the next couple of days.

The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths

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Synopsis:

Clare Cassidy is no stranger to murder. A high school teacher specializing in the Gothic writer R. M. Holland, she even teaches a course on him. But when one of Clare’s colleagues is found dead, with a line from Holland’s iconic story “The Stranger” left by her body, Clare is horrified to see her life collide with her favorite literature.

The police suspect the killer is someone Clare knows. Unsure whom to trust, she turns to her diary, the only outlet for her suspicions and fears. Then one day she notices something odd. Writing that isn’t hers, left on the page of an old diary:

Hallo Clare. You don’t know me.

Clare becomes more certain than ever: “The Stranger” has come to terrifying life. But can the ending be rewritten in time?

My Review: https://readinginthewildwood.com/2020/07/22/the-strange-diaries-by-elly-griffiths-review/

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Synopsis:

At the dawn of the Renaissance, Alfred – the eponymous second son – must discover the special destiny foreseen for him by his grandfather. Now, the unthinkable has happened: Alfred’s brother is king. And it isn’t long before everyone’s worst fears are realized. Traditional allegiances are shattered under a style of rule unknown since the grand bargain that formed the kingdom was struck over two hundred years ago. These will be the most dangerous years of Alfred’s life, forcing him to re-examine his duty to personal honor and to the kingdom, while the threats posed by his brother constantly remind him of his father’s final words of advice. What choices will he have to make to try to protect the things he holds most dear?

My Review: https://readinginthewildwood.com/2020/07/25/pestilence-by-pamela-taylor-blog-tour-review/

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I am praying for a better August. It’s time to crush some reading goals. I hope July was kind to you, and I hope August is even better!


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