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Wrap Up: May 2022

Hey everyone!
Today, I will be sharing my May wrap up with you all!

I had a pretty good reading month in May, and I managed to read a total of 5 books!

Books Read:

1 – Murder In The Neighbourhood by Ellen J. Green

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I received a copy of Murder In The Neighbourhood from the publisher, and this was the first true crime book I’ve read in a while. I’m really interested in true crime, and didn’t really know anything about this case, so I found it very interesting, and I really enjoyed the authors writing style too.


2 – Odder Still by D.N. Bryn

I received a copy of Odder Still from the author. I previously read Our Bloody Pearl (REVIEW HERE) and Once Stolen (REVIEW HERE) by them, and absolutely loved both, so had very high hopes for this, and it didn’t let me down! Another fantastic book by D.N. Bryn, who is becoming a favourite author of mine. My review will be up on my stop of the blog tour, which is 11th June, so keep an eye out for it.

3 – The White Lion by Scott Oden

I read The White Lion for an upcoming @LoveBooksTours blog tour. This was a very quick, and enjoyable little read. Keep an eye out for my review on my stop of the tour, which is 26th June.

4 – The Girl Behind The Wall by Mandy Robotham

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

I had The Girl Behind The Wall on my NetGalley shelf for way too long, so I am so glad that I finally got around to reading it. It is a fantastic historical fiction novel, and possibly my favourite book of the month! Review to come.

5 – Lily Quench and The Black Mountains by Natalie Jane Prior

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate link): Amazon UK

I read Lily Quench and the Black Mountains with Evelyn as a bedtime story, and we had a lot of fun with this one. We are now continuing with the series.

Which books did you read in May?
Which was your favourite of the month? 
Have you read any of the books from my May wrap up?

Let me know in the comments!

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