Monthly Wrap-Up

Monthly Wrap-Up: July 2021 Books

Hello!

In July, I finished six books, and I made progress on one book (which I’ve nearly finished!).

The books that I finished were: The Official Highway Code by the Department for Transport; Spain: What Everyone Needs to Know by William Chislett; The Mechanical Maestro by Emily Owen; Pleading Hearts by S. J. Hopewell; Harry Potter y la Piedra Filosofal; and Instructions for Dancing by Nicola Yoon.

The book that I made progress on was The Desolations of Devil’s Acre by Ransom Riggs.

This brings my total number of books for this year up to 17!

Tomorrow, I will be posting the books that I hope to read this month.

What books did you read, or start reading, in July?

Thank you for reading this post.

Hannah

11 thoughts on “Monthly Wrap-Up: July 2021 Books

  1. Great post! I read eight books in July – The Island, That Weekend, Only Mostly Devastated, Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry, The Obsession, Off The Record, It’s Behind You and These Violent Nights, which brings my total to 28! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Have you read Harry Potter in English before seeing as you read the first one in Spanish this month? If you have how does it compare? Great post though!

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    1. Yes, I’ve read the full series in English multiple times. At first, it was a much slower and more challenging read in Spanish, as I was mentally translating everything. But halfway through, I decided to solely read in Spanish (without translating anything), which made it a lot easier to read. Thank you!

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