Wait, what? It’s All About Books joining in on the 20 Books Of Summer fun even though in Argentina it’s winter right now?! Well yes, I just couldn’t resist joining the challenge again as I thought it would be an excellent opportunity to both read more backlist titles as well as maybe forget about the cold months for a bit… The 20 Books of Summer Challenge is hosted by Cath and runs between June 1st and September 1st. The aim is to read and review either 10, 15 or 20 books, and of course I went for the full amount as I like to torture myself. xD

I’ve decided to make a monthly progress report post as it’s easier to keep up with the titles I’ve read that way… I’m hoping to read at least 10-15 of the books on my original TBR, but I’ve decided to complete the list with all other non-ARC titles in the mean time. The books with a # symbol were actually on my original TBR and will be mentioned first, while any other titles will be mentioned at the end of this post and listed in cursive.


 9 on original TBR // 11 other titles

(I do still hope to read more of the titles on my original TBR in August, but I know that getting all 11 remaining titles will be hopeless with all the ARCs I need to read this month. xD)



#1. The Island Home by Libby Page (384 pages) FINISHED 07/06/2022 (REVIEW)
#2. Falling by T.J. Newman (304 pages) FINISHED 11/06/2022 (REVIEW)
#3. Finlay Donovan Is Killing It by Elle Cosimano (355 pages) FINISHED 15/06/2022 (REVIEW)
#4. The Night Shift by Alex Finlay (312 pages) FINISHED 17/06/2022 (REVIEW)
#5. Only When It’s Us by Chloe Liese (386 pages) FINISHED 19/06/2022 (REVIEW)

#6. Nine Lives by Peter Swanson (320 pages) FINISHED 01/07/2022 (REVIEW)
#7. Meet Me In Paradise by Libby Hubscher (352 pages) FINISHED 14/07/2022 (REVIEW)
#8. The Wild Girls by Phoebe Morgan (320 pages) FINISHED 20/07/2022 (REVIEW)
#9. The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman (422 pages) FINISHED 22/07/2022 (REVIEW)


1. Master Class by Christina Dalcher (320 pages) FINISHED 02/06/2022 (REVIEW)
2. Cursed by Thomas Enger (280 pages) FINISHED 10/06/2022 (REVIEW)
3. Under The Italian Sun by Sue Moorcroft (400 pages) FINISHED 21/06/2022 (REVIEW)
4. The Rift by Rachel Lynch (285 pages) FINISHED 25/06/2022 (REVIEW)
5. Under One Roof by Ali Hazelwood (112 pages) FINISHED 26/06/2022 (REVIEW)

6. The Mutant Mushroom Takeover by Summer Rachel Short (256 pages) FINISHED 29/06/2022 (REVIEW)
7. Her Final Breath by Robert Dugoni (426 pages) FINISHED 30/06/2022 (REVIEW)
8. Finlay Donovan Knocks ‘Em Dead by Elle Cosimano (360 pages) FINISHED 04/07/2022 (REVIEW)
9. Killed by Thomas Enger (276 pages) FINISHED 05/07/2022 (REVIEW)
10. Book Lovers by Emily Henry (398 pages) FINISHED 06/07/2022 (REVIEW)
11. In The Clearing by Robert Dugoni (335 pages) FINISHED 12/07/2022 (REVIEW)

Have you joined the 20 Books Of Summer challenge? How are you doing so far? Did you read any of the books I read for the challenge?

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