What I Read in July [Monthly Wrap Up 2020]

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Here are the books I read in July. I had hoped to finish more books (I’ve currently got six partially read books) but it looks like they’ll be on my August wrap up instead.

My absolute favourite read was The Rain Heron by Robbie Arnott. It was stunning and I fully intend on re-reading it soon. I have also nominated this book for the Not the Booker Prize, run by The Guardian.

Just a note to say, huge apologies that these images do not have alternative text descriptions. I am having some problems with WordPress retaining the text I enter, and I am working on getting this resolved.


The Rain Heron – Robbie Arnott

The Rain Heron – Robbie Arnott

The Lies You Told – Harriet Tyce

Insomnia – Marina Benjamin

Outraged – Ashley ‘Dotty’ Charles

Everything is Going to be K.O. – Kaiya Stone

Also Human – Caroline Elton


What did you read in July? What was your favourite? Let me know in the comments below.

Wishing you a bookish week,

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