May Wrap Up


Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell
Rage by Richard Bachman/Stephen King
Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix
What It Seems by Emily Bleeker
The Long Walk by Richard Bachman/Stephen King
Death in the Family by Tessa Wegert
Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald
The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie
Roadwork by Richard Bachman/Stephen King
Athena’s Choice by Adam Boostrom
The Running Man by Richard Bachman/Stephen King
The Hypnotist by Lars Kepler

13 books
4,018 pages
Favorites: The Long Walk, The Hypnotist, Horrorstör, Death in the Family, & My Dark Vanessa

May was a very successful reading month for me with 13 books read. It’s eye opening looking at this stack and seeing the lack of diversity represented here. This is something I’m actively working on this month and am committed to keeping with as I create my monthly TBRs. I’ve made a lot of really great book purchases over the last few days and I can’t wait to share a stack of books I hope to read throughout the rest of this year tomorrow!

Have you read any of these? I’d love to know your thoughts!

Cheers to May reads! 🥂

Interested in snagging a copy of any of these books? Check them out here:

STATION ELEVEN: Amazon | Book Depository

MY DARK VANESSA: Amazon | Book Depository

HORRORSTOR: Amazon | Book Depository

WHAT IT SEEMS: Amazon | Book Depository

THE LONG WALK: Amazon | Book Depository

DEATH IN THE FAMILY: Amazon | Book Depository

ASH MOUNTAIN: Amazon | Book Depository


ROADWORK: Amazon | Book Depository

ATHENA’S CHOICE: Amazon | Book Depository

THE RUNNING MAN: Amazon | Book Depository

THE HYPNOTIST: Amazon | Book Depository

Disclosure: A huge thank you to Orenda Books, Amazon Publishing, Books Forward PR, and Adam Boostrom for sending me free copies of these books in exchange for my honest review.

Disclosure: What Jess Reads is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to This in no way influences my opinion of the above book.

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