Even though summer doesn’t officially start until the end of June, I treat June first as the beginning of summer! Unfortunately, almost all of my summer plans are on hold indefinitely because of Covid-19 but that’s okay because I have a lot of great books to fill my time.
I’m still waiting on my copy of The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. But my husband ended up buying me a copy since I think he got sick of me complaining. I’m about halfway through and I have mixed feelings.
The final book in The Daevabad Trilogy comes out at the end of the month and I am INCREDIBLY excited. If you haven’t started this trilogy, what are you doing? I highly recommend it. I may find the time to reread The Kingdom of Copper since I don’t really remember what happened.
The Dare (Briar U #4) – Elle Kennedy
What Unbreakable Looks Like – Kate McLaughlin
The Player Next Door – K.A. Tucker
An Echo of Things to Come (The Licanius Trilogy #2) – James Islington
Indelible (Grant County #4) – Karin Slaughter
Surrender To Me (The Wolf Hotel #4) – Nina West
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – Suzanne Collins
The Empire of Gold (The Davabad Trilogy #3) – S.A. Chakraborty
5 thoughts on “Monthly TBR | June 2020”
I’m one of those few who hasn’t started the Davabad trilogy, and I’m pretty sad about it too! One of these days…
You’ll get to binge it once you start it! 🙂
Ahh I want to read the Briar U series. Looks fun
Definitely worth it!
Okay great to hear that!