June Wrap Up + Mini Reviews!

We’re at the end of June and I can’t believe time passed so fast?! Just yesterday I was posting my May wrap up and posting my TBR for the month. But we are at the end of Pride Month! This was a good reading month, I had a good beginning and the crossed my fingers to not get on a reading slump because I was doing amazing.

I was participating on the Olympic Games Readathon but as you will se below… I did not read the books I was planning to. However, I still somehow completed the prompts! I didn’t even realized it until I was doing to post.

Today I’m also going to add a mini review to those books that don’t have a review post for them. So, let’s get down to the list!

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The Falling in Love Montage by Ciara Smyth

You can find my review here.

The Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan

Many people say this is a bad sequel, and honestly? I can see why they think it is. Not saying that’s what I think, in the end the book does flesh out the characters personalities and relationships more. And I wouldn’t say it only serves as a bridge to book three, because there are still a lot of things that we learn on this book. I already knew what was coming at the end of this fucking book and I still screamed WHAT when I read it. I’m very impressionable.

The Titan’s Curse by Rick Riordan

I loved it. But also now I understand what people say about Rick Riordan underwhelming deads on this series. Like the first one never really sinked in. Guess it’s because we haven’t really seen the end, but if the end scene was supposed to really make an impact on me then it left me hanging. Specially considering something similar happened to Anabelle at the very beginning of this book and she ended up very differently.

Power Divided by S. Behr

You can find my review here.

Check, please! by Ngozi Ukazu

A disappointment. The premise seemed really cute, I thought I would enjoy it as much as I did Heartstopper and It’s Always Raining Here but the characters felt incredibly flat. This might be due to the length of the chapters, most of the times they left me feeling like there were pages missing or something.

Odessa by Jonathan Hill

You can find my review here.

Guardian Angels: How to Use a Pendulum to Connect to Your Angel by A. M. Nixon

I actually like to read people experiences with angels. This was a translation job I received this month and I’m adding it to my wrap up because I still read it, so? However, I don’t have much of an opinion about it.

The Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordan

LOVED IT. The best book so far, there was so much going on. I’m glad we could see Nico again but also sad about what happened with Grover. The real battle is coming and I’m so excited to see what Nico has found out and how it will all turn out!

I feel like this month was a bad reading month because I am aware there were so many days I didn’t read just because I was not feeling like it. But I’m glad it’s still the normal amount I’ve read on the last few months.

How was your month of June? Did you read a lot? Less than usual?

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