Summer came and once again I broke my reading record. Seven books! I'm still surprised. I've managed to squeeze more reading time because I'm not working this summer.
I always try to read one classic each month, but even though I started reading Treasure Island, I couldn't finish it in June as I was busy finishing my other books.
I went around the world in June. I started in England were I sadly said good-bye to Rachel. Then I went to Canada, where I learned a good lesson with Angela on what to do if I ever get so lucky to win 50 million dollars in the lottery. After Canada I went to Chicago to learn some new recipes from Leah Eskin. After Chicago I went to Spain on an awkward, weird and uncomfortable biking trip, with 3 of the most abnormal characters I've read about. Luckily after the bad, came the good when I went to a Gatlin, South Carolina where I met people with supernatural "powers". Then I spent a lovely time in Ruby's flower shop learning about flowers and witnessing her healing process. And finally I followed Alma all over the world: England, South America, Philadelphia, Tahiti and Amsterdam.
I don't know about you, but as for me, it has been a nice summer.
- June's Book: Beautiful Creatures, a good break from all the vampire-were-wolf infused YA books out there and The Art of Arranging Flowers, a charming colorful story.
- June's Cover: Then and Always, dreamy and romantic.
- June's Fail: The Signature of All Things, too long to read, the ending annoyed me.
- June's Score: 3 (average book rating this month)