june wrap up: smash or pass edition| lets wrap up the 12 books I read during the month of june 📚 ☀️ | Summary and Q&A

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june wrap up: smash or pass edition| lets wrap up the 12 books I read during the month of june 📚 ☀️

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Megan shares her thoughts on 12 books she read in June, including ratings and whether she recommends them or not.

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Key Insights

  • 🖤 "Nick Blake and the Remarkables" offers a unique take on the chosen one trope and effectively discusses black history for a middle-grade audience.
  • ✍️ "Zodiac Academy: The Awakening" may have writing and pacing issues, but its engaging storyline and characters still manage to captivate readers.
  • 🥰 "Love Theoretically" stands out as a favorite romance, exploring the challenges of being a theoretical physicist while delivering a heartwarming love story.
  • ❓ "Ruby Ramos's Recipe for Success" deserves more attention for its portrayal of immigrant experiences and the clash between personal dreams and parental expectations.
  • 🔇 Megan highly recommends "Spy Family" volume 1 for its humor, adventure, and adorable storyline.
  • 🫠 While "One Piece" volume 1 shows promise, a full assessment of the series should come after reading the entire East Blue arc.
  • 👹 "Tokyo Bound Helicopun" may be better appreciated with a deeper understanding of the Japanese myths and legends it draws inspiration from.
  • 🔑 "The Last Word" offers a thrilling experience but should be approached with caution due to triggering content.

Transcript

hey guys what is up my name is Megan and welcome back to my Channel or welcome if you're new I hope you guys are doing well and staying safe and welcome to today's video which is my June wrap up now June was a very fantastic month for me both reading and reading wise so I read 12 books in total and we have some really good ones in here and a lot of... Read More

Questions & Answers

Q: Which book did Megan rate the highest and why?

Megan rated "Love Theoretically" by Ali Hazelwood the highest because it had a unique premise, realistic representation of type 1 diabetes, and a beautiful romance between two opposing physicists.

Q: Which book did Megan rate the lowest and why?

Megan rated "Tokyo Bound Helicopun" the lowest because she found the storyline confusing and lacking focus, especially without prior knowledge of the Japanese myths and legends it was inspired by.

Q: Did Megan recommend all the books she read in June?

No, Megan did not recommend all the books. She gave some books a pass due to issues with pacing, writing, or triggering content. However, she highly recommended several books, including "Nick Blake and the Remarkables" and "Ruby Ramos's Recipe for Success."

Q: Which book surprised Megan the most in June?

"Zodiac Academy: The Awakening" by Carolyn and Susan Valenti surprised Megan the most because despite its writing and pacing issues, she couldn't put it down and thoroughly enjoyed it.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Megan read 12 books in June and had a fantastic month both in terms of quantity and quality.

  • She is currently reading "The Way of Kings" by Brandon Sanderson and finds it to be a mix of a smash and a pass.

  • She highly recommends "Nick Blake and the Remarkables: The Manifest or Prophecy" by Angie Thomas for its unique take on the chosen one trope and its discussion of black history.

  • "Zodiac Academy: The Awakening" by Carolyn and Susan Valenti was a surprise smash for Megan, despite its writing and pacing issues.

  • Megan enjoyed "The Last Word" by Taylor Adams, a thriller with some triggering content, but found it to be a smash overall.

  • "A Yellow Face" by RF Kuan impressed Megan with its discussion of race and representation, making it an absolute smash.

  • "Ruby Ramos's Recipe for Success" by Jessica Para, a young adult book about dreams and parental expectations, is a smash that Megan believes deserves more hype.

  • Megan's favorite romance of the month was "When in Rome" by Sarah Adams, a sweet love story set in a small town and filled with academic rivalry, making it an absolute smash for her.

  • "Love Theoretically" by Ali Hazelwood, a romance featuring a theoretical physicist and an experimental physicist, was another favorite for Megan and a definite smash.

  • In the manga category, Megan enjoyed the first volume of "One Piece" and "Spy Family" volume 1, while "Tokyo Bound Helicopun" was a pass.

  • She also read "Below Zero," the last novella in the "Low to Love You" collection by Ali Hazelwood, which was a enjoyable but weaker entry compared to the others.

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