June Wrap Up

June has been a lovely month, the weather has been a little hit and miss but I actually took a break from my job for a whole week.  Something I haven’t done since September 2019.  Meaning this was the first week I have taken off since starting Indulgent Readers. The vast majority of my week was spent reading which is great. I also took the opportunity to write a few posts for the next few weeks.  

This month I finished six books and 1,797 pages which while I have read more books compared to last month the number of pages I have read has reduced from May. After I finished Medievalathon I did find it difficult to find my motivation to read again. 

Percy Jackson and the  Last Olympian by Rick RIordan Book cover,

My favourite book of the month was Percy Jackson and the Last Olymian, the review will be coming out soon, but I loved the way that this series ended, but if you want to hear more you will have to wait for my review.  

My first review of the month was Kingdom of Ash, the final instalment of the Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas. (It feels like ages ago that I actually read this)

I also published reviews for the first three books in the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan:

Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief

Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters

Percy Jackson and the Titan’s Curse

I wrote about my first experience of readathons this month,  I am currently taking part in another readathon which ends mid-July and I hope I will be able to find some for August. 

My second series wrap up was completed and was about the Throne of Glass series which I really loved. 

My final post of the month was the Mid Year Freak Out tag,  and this was actually my most popular post of the month (even though it was only done recently!). 

As I have already said I have finished the Percy Jackson series, so you can look forward to those reviews coming out soon. I am reading The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss at the moment and I hope to share my thoughts on this book soon. 

What was your favourite read of the month?  What are you looking forward to reading in July? 

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