Welcome to another Monthly Summary on Pages and Tea.
Apparently I’m on a bit of a roll with reading at the moment; I completed four books this month, which doesn’t happen often
Where have my reading adventures taken me this time around?
First I visited Blackheath to witness a time-bending, body-swapping, murder mystery unfold in The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. If you caught my review you’ll know how much I loved this book. It’s so good that I’m still thinking about it, even though I’ve read three more since.
The book was a little Christie-esque, which led me nicely on to my next read… Ordeal by Innocence by none other than Agatha Christie. I picked this up as I’d watched the new tv adaptation, and reading it so soon after watching the show was a good idea.
Next I dipped a toe into psychological thriller territory with The Perfect Girlfriend before I headed for the first (and certainly not last) time to John Gwynne’s Banished Lands in A Time of Dread.
I also managed to find a whole host of blue covered books for Top Ten Tuesday and participated in the latest Bout of Books. I love the daily updating of a read-a-thon, so I’m looking forward to another one sometime.
Here’s what happened in May on Pages and Tea…
The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton
Ordeal by Innocence by Agatha Christie
A Time of Dread by John Gwynne