Anyway these are the three books I read in June:
31. Fyre by Angie Sage. The last in the author's Septimus Heap books. Delightful read.
32. An Expert in Murder by Nicola Upson. The first in the suthor's Josephine Tey series. I was slightly ambivilent about this one but overall it was an enjoyable read.
33. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. Another book I was ambivilent about but overall not a bad read.
So that's me for June. The final book was rather long - 660 pages - and took me a good while to read, so perhaps it's not as terrible as it looks. This month also saw the end of Carl's Once Upon a Time XI challenge, for which I managed to read seven books so I'm quite pleased with that.
My favourite read of these three is this:
I loved the way Angie Sage tied up loads of loose ends but also created an interesting plot with all the usual characters. She has a new offshoot series out now and I need to remember to look for those next time I'm in the library.
And just for fun, here're three new (to me) jigsaws I bought recently from charity shops and eBay:
Happy reading or jigsaw puzzling or whatever else you plan to do in July. Truthfully, I dislike heat, thus July is my least favourite month of the year and anyone looking for me will probably find me indoors sheltering from it. I'm such an old misery! LOL!