August was not a productive reading month for me but I did manage to read two books this month, and while that number is minuscule compared to my July wrap up, I am still going to share with you the books I managed to read!
P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han
After hearing the news that Jenny Han’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” book was becoming a movie, I felt like re reading them but sadly I only had the second book with me so I decided to pick that one up. The first book, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before follows Lara Jean, a junior in high school who has written secret love letters to all the boys she has ever loved before. But one day her letters mysteriously get sent out and her life is flipped upside down as her secrets become public. Of course I loved re reading this book because it is so cute and amazing! I am so excited for the first book to become a movie and I will be the first in line to watch it. 4.5/5 stars
Obsidian by Jennifer L Armentrout
This was another re read that I enjoyed, and this is also a book I want to become a movie because I think it would be really good! Obsidian follows a girl named Katy who moves to West Virginia with her mother in hopes of a fresh start after her father passed away three years ago. There, she moves next door to two strange twins named Dee and Daemon Black, and she quickly becomes part of their crazy lives. This is a five book series and I would have to say the first two books are my favourite and then it kind of goes downhill after that, so maybe I will continue on and read the second book as well! 4/5 stars
Those are all the books I read in August and while it wasn’t a lot, I did enjoy all the books I read which is what counts. I hope you enjoyed and don’t forget to check out my last blog post: September 2017 TBR!
2 thoughts on “August 2017 Wrap Up!”
Ahhh I see Jenny Han’s series here! I’m OBSESSED with it. The first is my personal favorite just because I find it hilarious how Lara Jean and Peter end up together, not to mention Kitty’s spunky attitude.
Never heard of Obsidian but definitely sounds worth adding to my TBR.
Anyways, I look forward to more of your posts in the future… Happy Reading! 😀
Jenny Han is the best, and also you should totally read Obsidian because it is a really fast read. Happy reading to you too!
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