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Wrap Up: July 2022

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

It didn’t feel like I read much at all in July, but I actually managed to finish 3 books, which I was surprised by considering all of my time was taken up by the house move!

Books Read:

1 – Her Secret War by Pam Lecky

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Her Secret War had been on my NetGalley shelves for a while, so I was excited to finally read it, and it certainly didn’t disappoint. This is a brilliant WWII historical fiction novel. Review to come!

2 – The Silent Brother by Simon Van Der Velde

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I received a review copy of The Silent Brother from the author, and this was everything I had expected and more. It is unapologetically dark, and at times a tough read, but it is fantastically written, and I loved it. Review to come.

3 – The Visitors by Caroline Scott

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The Visitors was on my NetGalley shelf and I couldn’t wait to read it. Caroline Scott is one of my favourite authors, and she has written another exceptional book with this one. Review to come.

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

Let me know in the comments!

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