June Wrap Up


The Half Sister by Sandie Jones
My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite
Eden by Tim Lebbon
The Waiting Rooms by Eve Smith
The Request by David Bell
The Last Flight by Julie Clark
The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett (🎧)
If It Bleeds by Stephen King
Parable of the Sower by Octavia E. Butler
The Familiar Dark by Amy Engel
Ghost Summer by Tananarive Due

11 books (10 physical/1 audio)
3,791 pages
Favorites: Parable of the Sower, The Vanishing Half, & The Waiting Rooms

June saw a decrease in the amount I was able to read, but I’m really happy overall with the quality of the books I picked up. I loved branching out from my crime fiction comfort zone this past month with the addition of literary fiction, science fiction, dystopian, and horror choices. I discovered quite a few new authors this month, as well as visited books from well loved authors. I’m really excited to hopefully have that same combination happen for me in July!

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

Cheers to July reads! 🥂

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

THE HALF SISTER: Amazon | Book Depository

MY SISTER, THE SERIAL KILLER: Amazon | Book Depository

EDEN: Amazon | Book Depository

THE WAITING ROOMS: Amazon | Book Depository

THE REQUEST: Amazon | Book Depository

THE LAST FLIGHT: Amazon | Book Depository

THE VANISHING HALF: Amazon | Book Depository

IF IT BLEEDS: Amazon | Book Depository

PARABLE OF THE SOWER: Amazon | Book Depository

THE FAMILIAR DARK: Amazon | Book Depository

GHOST SUMMER: Amazon | Book Depository

Disclosure: A huge thank you to Orenda Books, St. Martin’s Press, Minotaur Books, Titan Books, Sourcebooks, and Berkley 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 Amazon.com. This in no way influences my opinion of the above book.

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