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TBR: The Amazing Books I’m reading in June 2020

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It’s the first full month of The Carbonated Scholar! So what books will I being reading this month, you ask? See below to find out. You can check this page for updates., but no promises I’ll actually get to them all!!

The Books:

Book: Naturally Tan, Tan France

Naturally Tan by Tan France, Review

Book: All the Missing Girls, Megan Miranda

All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda, Review

Book: The Wedding Party, Jasmine Guillory

✔ The Wedding Party by Jasmine Guillory, Review

Book: Becoming, Michelle Obama

Becoming by Michelle Obama

Books: Venus and Aphrodite, Bettany Hughes

Venus and Aphrodite: A Biography of Desire by Bettany Hughes (Netgalley ARC), Review

Book: Of Captivity & Kings, E.Y. Laster

Of Captivity and Kings by E.Y. Laster (Goodreads Giveaway)

Book: Thebes, Paul Cartledge

Thebes: The Forgotten City of Ancient Greece by Paul Cartledge (Netgalley ARC)

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2 thoughts on “TBR: The Amazing Books I’m reading in June 2020

  1. Chloe

    I’d love to read With the Fire on High and Venus and Aphrodite. They’ve been on my reading list for a while so I’m hoping to get to them soon. There’s also some interesting other books on this list that I haven’t heard of. I hope you are able to read and enjoy these books throughout June.

    1. Jordan Johansen

      Thanks so much, Chloe! You are the first person to ever comment on my blog! 🙂 I’m really looking forward to these books. I just finished Venus & Aphrodite and posted a review today!

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