I managed to read five books in June which I am really pleased with! Three of the books were for my own reading pleasure and two were TBR jar picks.
1. The Novice/The Summoner by Taran Matharu.
Thanks to Hodder and Netgalley for this book. I really enjoyed it. It got a little confusing in places but had an interesting concept.
2. Atonement by Ian McEwan
This was my TBR jar pick of the month. It was a re-read but I still loved it all the same. There was a some confusion in the layout and the main character can be very annoying at points but it’s still an enjoyable read.
I’d recommend the film adaptation too.
3. Torchwood: The Undertaker’s Gift by Trevor Baxendale
This was my challenge for the month. ‘A book based on or turned into a TV show’
I love Torchwood so much so a biased rating here but the different medium still gave off the characters mannerisms and the way of the show really well.
4. Love, Lattes and Mutants by Sandra Cox
Thanks to Netgalley again for this. This was one of my catch up books that I needed to review. It wasn’t what I expected and the main character could be a little irritating but it was still a good read. Typical cheesy supernatural YA novel.
5. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
No other words describe how I feel about this book. Everyone knows the story. It’s a classic.