Monthly Favorites: June 2018

How is it possible that another month has come and gone? I swear that this year is going by faster than ever. I didn’t have as many highly-rated books in June as I had in May — I had nine four- or five-star ratings last month as opposed to twelve in May — but I did read some really, really great books. My top three books are below, but if you want to see everything I read in June, check out my June Page Count.

Best YA Best NA/Adult  Best Non-Fiction
Emergency Contact
Mary H.K. Choi
Little Fires Everywhere
Celeste Ng
We Were Eight Years in Power
Ta-Nehisi Coates

What were your favorites from June?
Have you read any of these books? What did you think?
Let me know in the comments!

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17 thoughts on “Monthly Favorites: June 2018

  1. Shealea says:

    I really bought a Kindle copy of Emergency Contact, and it makes me SO happy to know that you loved it!!! Hopefully, I’ll enjoy the book just as much, too!

    And have a wonderful reading month ahead of you this July! (So many exclamation points in this comment, I know. HAHA.)

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  2. Lori says:

    I really want to read Emergency Contact and Little Fires Everywhere! I would’ve never learned about them if I hadn’t thrown myself so fully back into blogging this summer :,)

    June was not a very memorable month for me as I decided to reread some childhood classics, but I did love The Arm of the Starfish. It made me want to read more contemporary novels with travel and international conspiracies!

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    • Sara @ The Bibliophagist says:

      Emergency Contact was so cute and Little Fires Everywhere was just really well-written and amazing. I hope you like both of them!

      I so rarely re-read books, but I’ve been tempted recently to dive back into my childhood favorites. Also, if you find any good contemporaries with travel and international conspiracies, please let me know! That sounds like the kind of book that I’d love!

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