Summer 2017 Wrap-Up (Links To All 29 Books Reviewed)

Summer 2017 Wrap-Up On Novels And Nonfiction

Summer 2017 was a bit stop and go for me as far as book blogging is concerned, but I’m still happy with the volume of reviews I put out. You can find the full list below divided by category and organized by the rating I gave to each title.

For the Fall, what I’m hoping is that I’m able to post review/release content consistently about twice a week, and add a Links I Loved This Week post to the mix as well if I have time. I’m planning on starting a new feature called Book Pairings in which I will review one fiction and one nonfiction pick that have some kind of connection to each other. I already have 2 specific topics planned.

I ended up reading a total of 26 books in Summer 2017 and reviewed 29 books (11 Nonfiction, 11 Contemporary Fiction, 6 Historical Fiction and 1 Classic). The discrepancy between read books and reviewed books comes both from titles I read before the start of Summer 2017 that I reviewed during the summer, and titles that I read during Summer 2017 but that I haven’t reviewed yet.

Books I read towards the end of Summer 2017 and that I plan to review soon include: Dark Matter by Blake Crouch, The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett, What Made Maddy Run by Kate Fagan and Elizabeth: The Queen by Sally Bedell Smith.

You can see my full Books Read and TBR lists on my Goodreads page!


nonfiction

Summer 2017 Nonfiction Reviews On Novels And Nonfiction

5 Rabbits

Sapiens: A Brief History Of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari

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Diana: Her True Story – In Her Own Words by Andrew Morton

The Oregon Trail by Rinker Buck

Blown For Good: Behind The Iron Curtain Of Scientology by Marc Headley

3 Rabbits On Novels And Nonfiction

Who Though This Was A Good Idea? by Alyssa Mastromonaco

Homo Deus: A Brief History Of Tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari

Inside Scientology: The Story Of America’s Most Secret Religion by Janet Reitman

Ruthless: Scientology, My Son David Miscavige, And Me by Ron Miscavige

Two Rabbit Rating On Novels And Nonfiction

Dead Wake by Erik Larson

Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow

Disaster Falls: A Family Story by Stephane Gerson

contemporary-fiction

Summer 2017 Contemporary Fiction Reviews On Novels And Nonfiction

5 Rabbits

Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine By Gail Honeyman

American War by Omar El Akkad

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

4 Rabbits Image

Into The Water by Paula Hawkins

Startup by Doree Shafrir

Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough

3 Rabbits On Novels And Nonfiction

White Fur by Jardine Libaire

Since We Fell by Dennis Lehane

All Grown Up by Jami Attenberg

2 Rabbits On Novels And Nonfiction

Dead Letters by Caitlin Dolan-Leach

1 Rabbit Rating On Novels And Nonfiction

Perfect Little World by Kevin Wilson

historical-fiction

Summer 2017 Historical Fiction Reviews On Novels And Nonfiction

5 Rabbits

Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel

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The Woman Who Breathed Two Worlds by Selina Siak Chin Yoke

When The Future Comes Too Soon by Selina Siak Chin Yoke

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

Death Of A Nationalist by Rebecca Pawel

3 Rabbits On Novels And Nonfiction

The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

classics

Love In The Time Of Cholera 1000 Novels Series Review On Novels And Nonfiction

3 Rabbits On Novels And Nonfiction

Love In The Time Of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez


Have you read any of the books I reviewed in Summer 2017? Which one was your favorite? Leave your opinion in the comments!

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  17 comments for “Summer 2017 Wrap-Up (Links To All 29 Books Reviewed)

  1. September 19, 2017 at 3:54 pm

    Excellent list. I have a few of these on my radar, including Sapiens which I chose for my book club to read in December. How did Homo Deus compare? Of the two, which one did you prefer?

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  2. September 19, 2017 at 4:50 pm

    Well done on reading so many books! I see lots of amazing books which I’m also interested in reading!

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  3. September 19, 2017 at 8:34 pm

    I think I first found your blog because of your Scientology book reviews, I’m so fascinated by those! Thanks for giving me more ideas for my to-read list 🙂

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  4. September 20, 2017 at 4:49 am

    What a great mix of genres you have on your summer list and some great books too

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  5. September 20, 2017 at 4:52 pm

    What a lot of good books you read this summer! Out of all of these, I’ve only read Dead Wake (which I think I liked better than you did) and The Handmaid’s Tale. I haven’t seen many blog reviews of American War – good to see you gave it 5 stars – I’d like to read that one!

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    • September 20, 2017 at 5:13 pm

      American War is definitely in my Top 5 for the year, maybe even #1. It just spoke so well to current issues while constructing a dystopian world that was so realistic.

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      • September 21, 2017 at 1:31 am

        High praise! I’ll bump that one up for sure…

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  6. September 21, 2017 at 6:33 am

    Wonderful list. I like the mix of genres. I read The Nightingale last week and loved it. Love in the Time of Cholera is a book I read last year but I can still remember how much I enjoyed it. I hope to read Into the Water soon.

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    • September 21, 2017 at 1:34 pm

      Into The Water was good, though it got a bit implausible towards the end 🙂 I enjoyed it though – hope you do too!

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