My Favourite Reviews of the Week | 23rd June

Faves 23 June

Hello again bookish friends! I’m here again with my favourite reviews of the week.

I go on holiday next Saturday so I will try my hardest collect review over the coming week, but I’ll most likely be very busy packing and last minute packing so I might not get time to create one! We’ll see… But hey, for this week, at least, we have the post!

I hope you guys enjoy the post and find a few reviews you missed from your feed this week!

The inspiration for this blog meme comes from Novels and Nonfiction’s “Links I Loved This Week” posts.


15th June

Read This Not That reviewed Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman – this is a great level-headed review for a very popular book right now

Arrow and Dot reviewed Idaho by Emily Ruckovich – I can fully relate to this review as I had the same feelings on the book but gave it a 4-star rating instead

16th June

Pace, Amore, Libri reviewed From a Low Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan – another beautifully written review from Rachel. I’ve not heard of the book but it definitely makes me want to check it out!

17th June

I Wuv Books reviewed Us Against You by Fredrik Backman – a really in-depth (spoiler free!) review for the second novel in the Beartown series!

Keeper of Pages reviewed Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen – Janel explains her feelings between the book and the movie adaptation really well! As always, a fabulous review!

The Paperback Piano reviewed Bone Gap by Laura Ruby – this is a super review for an absolutely beautiful sounding novel!

These Novel Thoughts reviewed Laughter in the Dark by Vladimir Nabokov – I’ve never heard of this Nabokov book, but I know I like his writing style, so I might just pick this one up at some point! This review makes a great case as to why I should!

18th June

Linda’s Book Bag reviewed Never Go There by Rebecca Tinnelly – Linda’s review is so informative yet keeps most of this book in the shadows. It’s definitely made me very intrigued in the book!

Jen Meds Book Reviewed reviewed First to Die by Alex Caan – another fab, excitable review from Jen!

Novel Deelights reviewed The Tall Man by Pheobe Locke – ahh, don’t you just love it when a review introduces you to a new book and gets you really pumped for it at the same time?!

I Have Thoughts on Books reviewed The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager – a fantastic, well-rounded review for the new Sager book!

GNTxReads reviewed Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn – Gaby’s reviews are always so quick and easy to digest! This is a really interesting review for one of Gillian Flynn’s best-known books

The Opinionated Reader reviewed Miss Subways by David Duchovny – such high praise for this book! It sounds like a really interesting and unique novel

19th June

Chocolate’n’Waffles reviewed The Beloveds by Maureen Lindley – Meggy always writes such enthusiastic reviews. I loved this book myself, so it’s so great seeing fellow bloggers enjoying it too!

Books of Secrets wrote 3 mini reviews – as you all know by now, I love mini-reviews! Interesting review of Every Single Secret, as I’m reading it right now and I’m not sure I’m really loving it…

Life Through Books reviewed The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton – beautifully eloquent review! I really need to read this book!

Bibliophile Book Club reviewed Enter the Dark by Chris Thomas – I love novels about the darker side of the internet so this is a great new book introudction for me!

The Travelling Inkwell reviewed Bring Me Back by B. A. Paris – an absolutely solid review for the newest Paris novel! Perfectly points out the good and bad in the book

The Tattooed Book Geek reviewed 84K by Claire North – all these good review for 84K are getting me very excited to read it! Drew’s review is really informative and exciting!

Books Bejeweled reviewed You Were Made For This by Michelle Sacks – this is a really great review with some other great book recommendations at the end too!

Infinite Text reviewed The Bone Mother by David Demchuk – fab review for a book I’ve been quite interested in myself!

20th June

The Bookish Deer reviewed This Does Not Leave the House by Julie Coons – I love a memoir like this one, this is a great book introduction and an absolutely beautiful review!

What’s Nonfiction reviewed Them & The Elephant in the Room by Jon Ronson – I love Jon Ronson’s writing and actually have Them on my shelves to read – this review makes me really want to pick it up!

21st June

Snazzy Books reviewed Friend and Liars by Kaela Coble – this is a really great review for an interesting sounding new thriller, plus the cover is gorgeous!

22nd June 

Rather Too Fond of Books reviewed Friend Request by Laura Marshall – I love seeing reviews for book I enjoyed myself! This is really well written and would definitely make me want to pick up the book if I hadn’t read it already

Keeper of Pages reviewed Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn – I gotta read more of Flynn’s work! Janel’s review definitely makes me want to read this book!


So there we have it! Those are my favourite review posts from this week. Thanks to all the bloggers featured for the fantastic content this week!

And onto the next week… I’m looking forward to reading some new reviews!

27 thoughts on “My Favourite Reviews of the Week | 23rd June

  1. Oh my gosh, Zuky! I’m so excited and flattered that you like my review and featured it on your post – thank you!! Great round up – you’ve added a few more to my TBR. Have a great holiday and I hope that you get to read and relax!! XX

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  2. Thank you for the features! I need to read The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle too, I have a copy so no excuses, lol. And I’ll be keeping an eye out for your review of Every Single Secret, I really enjoyed her previous book but for some reason Ive been hesitant to get a copy of ESS.

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    1. My copy is the big hardback though, and it’s such a giant I can’t bear to pick it up lol
      I’m going to try and finish ESS this week or during the drive to France on Saturday, so I’ll hopefully have my review posted soon 🙂

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