Monthly Summary: June 2018

Welcome to another Monthly Summary on Pages and Tea.

Summer is here, it’s warming up, and I’ve hit the garden for some outdoor reading.

June was another decent reading month for me.
I went adventuring with Monsieur Poirot not once but twice, and the only thing keeping me from reading more Christie right now is a massive pile of library books which all have several requests on them. So, necessity first, unless I decide to pass some of these books on unread and wait until they’re out in paperback.

Aside from Poirot’s adventures, I journeyed with Vlora, Olem, Ka-Poel et al in the latest Gods of Blood and Powder novel. I love a good fantasy series, and this is certainly very good. Now to wait for the next instalment.
I also met Leo Stanhope, a frequent customer at the House on Half Moon Street, and watched as a murder mystery unfolded in historical London.
And now, well, I’ve just met the most charming character I’ve come across in a long time, but more about him in another post…

So, it’s been an enjoyable and varied reading month.
I also found time for a Book Tag and at least one attempt at Top Ten Tuesday. Here’s all the latest…

Book Reviews

The Mysterious Affair at Styles (Poirot #1) by Agatha Christie

The Murder on the Links (Poirot #2) by Agatha Christie

Wrath of Empire (Gods of Blood and Powder #2) by Brian McClellan

The House on Half Moon Street by Alex Reeve

Featured Posts

Booking Ahead

June 2018

Top Ten Tuesday

Poolside Reads AKA My Summer TBR List

Book Tags

The Mid-Year Freak Out Book Tag

Reading Review

Reading Resolutions 2018

June Progress

Beat the Backlist Challenge Progress


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