July & August Reading List 2020

July and August reading list

Ready for July & August 2020 reading list? Here are the three books I’m reviewing this month. You can also check June’s reading list, and May’s reading list here.

July & August 2020 Reading List

THE SUNDAY GIRL by PIP DRYSDALE

The Sunday Girl is the story of a girl that ends a relationship with an abusive boyfriend and the way that changes her life forever. Taylor Bishop is angry, hurt, and ready for revenge. She wants to make Angus pay for all the pain and humiliation he caused her. 

The Sunday Girl is a fast-paced thriller that I really enjoyed, and I read in just a few days. I just couldn’t put it down. The only thing I’d change is the ending. I wish there was more on Sophie’s story in the book. 

THIS IS NOT A FASHION STORY by DANIELLE BERNSTEIN

I recently started following Danielle from WeWoreWhat, and when I found out she came out with a book I was very interested to read it. I’ve always been fascinated by success stories and finding out how people got to where they are.

While I wasn’t a big fan of the writing, the book wasn’t bad. It felt like a light beach read. In my opinion, some stories need more details and more flow, so everything is organized and easy to follow. Apart from that, I liked that Danielle shares lots of details from her personal and professional life. She also goes into how much she gets paid for Instagram, and tiny bits of her negotiation process when working with brands, which I found quite interesting.

THE LAST FLIGHT by JULIE CLARK

I love a good thriller and The Last Flight was another great book that I couldn’t put down. If you remember from the Beach Essentials post a few weeks ago, I featured The Last flight as one of the books that I’m planning to read and I’m happy I did.

The Last Flight is a book about two women that have the chance to get away from the lives that trap them. Claire is trapped in an abusive relationship with a powerful and influential husband. Eva made some regretful choices in the past that led to her current life. Now she is trying to escape all of that. This book is so intriguing and Julie Clark’s writing is addictive. Definitely one of my favorite books this year.

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