Books I Want to Read in July 2021

Hey guys! Today I’ll be talking about all the incredible books I want to read in July. I’ve been gifted so many beautiful proofs so I’ll be diving into them this month. Here’s what I want to read:

The Collation Unit by David Jarvis: First up is this spy thriller about what goes on behind closed doors in the intelligence world. It sounds very technical as it’s about technology and how computers overwhelmed the Secret Services so they created The Collation Unit to monitor everything. It sounds very interesting and I do love spy thrillers.  

Red Wolf by Rachel Vincent: This is a Red Riding Hood retelling and I don’t know too much about it since the synopsis is quite vague. I just know that it follows sixteen-year-old Adele and she has been told to steer clear of the woods that surround her village. I love when a synopsis is as vague as possible because I tend to enjoy the book more when I don’t know what to expect. I’m looking forward to reading this! 

Girl One by Sara Flannery Murphy: Up next is this incredible book that is about a group of nine women who were known as The Homestead Girls and raised as ‘miracle babies’ on an experimental commune. They lost touch when a fatal fire broke out and years later Girl One sets out to track down her estranged sisters when her mother goes missing. I’m very intrigued by this one and can’t wait to learn more about the commune. 

The Ex-Husband by Karen Hamilton: My reading month would not be complete without a thriller and I’m very much looking forward to this one. It takes place on a cruise and follows a woman who is trying to escape her criminal past but whoever is tormenting her is also on the cruise. It sounds so good! 

Never Saw Me Coming by Vera Kurian: I love a good anti-heroine and Chloe sounds perfect! She’s a first-year student and seems to be an ordinary, legging-wearing, girl next door. However, she’s a highly intelligent psychopath and her hobbies include yogalates, parties and plotting to kill Will Bachman. When a string of murders on campus cause upheaval, Chloe’s personal vendetta is sidelined and she has to walk the line between hunter and prey. I can’t tell you how excited I am to have an early copy of this! I can’t wait to dive into this and learn more about Chloe. 

Dare to Know by James Kennedy: This one sounds really unique and I was very intrigued by it after I read the synopsis. A company called Dare to Know sells a death prediction model and the unnamed narrator works for this company. The death prediction is never wrong, however, when the unnamed narrator forecasts his own death day, apparently he died 23 minutes ago. This book sounds insanely good and I’m already hyped up for it.

The Survivors by Alex Schulman: This is another one that sounds a bit vague but the tagline completely drew me in: “Years ago, they fled the lake house. Now, the brothers have returned.” Three brothers return to the family cottage by the lake where, more than two decades earlier, a catastrophe changed the course of their lives. I can’t wait to uncover what really happened in this family and why they fled. I’m very intrigued by this one!

So these are the books I want to read this month and I can’t decide which I’m most looking forward to because they all sound so brilliant! What books are you reading this month? I hope you enjoyed this post and thank you so much for reading!

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