July Reading Recap

July has been an interesting book month for me. Although I tried to focus on books set in Paris or France, I did stray a little bit with other reads inbetween. This month was mostly dedicated to the Paris in July celebration run by Book Bath and Thyme for Tea. I had a lot of fun participating in this event, and I think the French overkill has left me a lot less homesick for my honeymoon moments in Paris from this past May.

Books Read/Reviewed in July

1. 13 Rue Thérèse : a novel by Elena Mauli Shapiro  2. Season to taste : how I lost my sense of smell... by Molly Birnbaum  3. Fire in the blood by Irène Némirovsky
4. Entre nous : a woman  5. Little brother by Cory Doctorow  6. Lunch in Paris : a love story, with recipes by Elizabeth Bard
7. Reading with the stars : why they love libraries by Leonard Kniffel  8. French impressions : the adventures of an American... by John S Littell  9.  No and me by Delphine de Vigan 10. The autobiography of Mrs. Tom Thumb by Melanie Benjamin
 
  1. 13 Rue Therese: Elena Mauli Shapiro
  2. Season to Taste: Molly Birnbaum
  3. Fire in Blood: Irene Nemirovsky
  4. Entre Nous: Debra Ollivier
  5. Little Brother: Cory Doctorow
  6. Lunch in Paris: Elizabeth Bard
  7. Reading with the Stars: Leonard Kniffel
  8. French Impressions: John Littel
  9. No and Me by Delphine de Vigan
  10. The Autobiography of Mrs. Tom Thumb: Melanie Benjamin (Read in June)
 
Pick of the month:
Lunch in Paris : a love story, with recipes
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One response to “July Reading Recap

  1. Looks like a good reading month! I really enjoyed the Melanie Benjamin. I haven’t read any of the other, but several are on my TBR list.

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