So, June ended when I wasn't looking. That means that 2014 is half over?! When did time decide to start moving so damn fast? Probably when I turned 40.
Things aren't looking so good for me in the challenge area:
I'm happy to report that what I'm lacking in quantity I'm making up for in quality. That's really the most important thing isn't it? (But let me admit right now that I'll be padding these numbers with a graphic novel marathon someday soon. Ha!)
I thoroughly enjoyed each of the books that I read this month. Will I review more than one of them? Time will tell. (I'm not very much into writing reviews anymore as you may have noticed.)
Goat Mountain by David Vann
The Map Thief by Michael Blanding
California by Edan Lepucki
My review of The Tilted World by Tom Franklin and Beth Ann Fennelly
The Conditions of Love by Dale M. Kushner
Closed Doors by Lisa O'Donnell
Summer House with Swimming Pool by Herman Koch
How was June for you? Did you read anything amazing? Did you read something I should avoid like the plague? Let me know in the comments.