I haven't done a wrap-up since my 2017 overview one, so I thought it would be fun to do one of this year. There aren't that many books on the list, but it gives you a nice overview of what I've been reading lately.
This year I've read 20 books so far, most of them are children's book and Young Adult. Three of them are rereads (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, The Selection and Anne of Green Gables. Here's an overview of all the books I've read:
My favorite reads are (rereads not included) A Little Princess, To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Gender Games and. Why I'm not Going to Buy a Computer. I dnf'ed one book: Black Beauty and I gave most of the books four stars. As you can see I've been reading loads of Roald Dahl: I now only have one book left (Danny and the Champion of the World). Let me know if you'd like to see an author review/mash-up, only of all his childrens' books though.
One of my goals this is year is to cut down my physical tbr. I want to get under 40 books and now I'm at 46 so I'm almost there. This was one of the reasons I've been reading shorter books. The other reason was that I was busy with school so when I had some free time I wanted to read shorter and/or lighter books. For the rest of the year I want to read bigger books and more classics.
What is your favorite and least favorite read so far?