I definitely got on a true crime kick this month and breezed through four books about the JonBenet Ramsey case and one about the staircase murder case! Just a reminder, you may view all of my past book reviews by clicking here.
A Perfect Husband // Aphrodite Jones
This book gave a great overview of the Michael Peterson case -- I started watching the new documentary of the case that was recently added to Netflix, but quickly lost interest since it was a little too slow-paced.
The Highly Sensitive Person's Survival Guide // Ted Zeff
I was super excited for this book, especially after reading this one about HSP, but felt like there wasn't a lot of depth to the book and didn't really find it beneficial.
The Bikini Body Motivation & Habits Guide // Kayla Itsines
I loved this book! Kayla's techniques, mindset, and motivation behind her approach to health and fitness is one that I love! My favorite part of her books are the recipes -- she always has such unique, fresh, healthy meal ideas!
Upscale Downhome // Rachel Hollis
I was really looking forward to this book by Rachel Hollis since I LOVED her other book, but felt like this one wasn't my favorite. I definitely eat differently than the recipes that she shared in her book, so not many of them sounded appealing to me.
We Have Your Daughter // Paula Woodward
This one was SO good! This particular book contained tons of photos, different scenarios of what happened, and so many great details! Super interesting and quick to read despite it being a rather thick book!
The Other Side of Suffering // John Ramsey
I felt like this book was a little redundant and shared a lot of the same info as the one listed below -- I'd recommend that one over this one.
The Death of Innocence // John and Patsy Ramsey
I loved how this book told the story of the Ramsey case from her parent's perspective -- this book contained new information that I hadn't heard before and I really enjoyed reading it.
Perfect Murder Perfect Town // Lawrence Schiller
This book was just alright -- a little slow-paced and not too entertaining.
What's the best book you've read recently?
What books are on your summer reading list?