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B&DERM: Final Wrap-Up!

Hello! This is the final post for Bella & Daph's Epic Review Month! We hope you enjoyed it, we certainly did! Hopefully you managed to make a dent in your towering TBRs and get some reviews written have been sitting waiting for ages. I didn't get as much as reading done as I'd have like, due to revision and schoolwork, but I think it's definitely helped to know other people are reading as much as they can too!

What I read this month:
We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han
Black Heart Blue by Louisa Reid
Struck by Jennifer Bosworth
The Gathering Dark by Leigh Bardugo
Fall For Anything by Courtney Summers

Like I said, with revision and everything, I think I've done pretty well! I'm also part-way through The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead, but there's no way I'll finish that tonight so I won't count it...

What have you read this month?
This is the part where you tell us what you read! Make a post and link below, or just leave a comment letting us know what you read, what you thought, if you read more than usual, etc etc. We really want to know if this helped anyone!

What have you reviewed this month?
Also, don't forget to leave links to all the reviews you've posted for books read this month! We want to read them, see if there's anything we've missed that we really must read! Link up reviews and wrap-up posts in the linky below in the format:

Your name: Book Title/Wrap Up
eg. Bella: Fall For Anything (or Bella: Wrap Up) 



So, that's it! Remember, all reviews linked up make you eligible for giveaways! (links below) :D The winners will be announced next week sometime, probably... Leave us a comment telling us what you thought of the whole month, and we really hope you enjoyed it! THANK YOU all for taking part and if you missed it, where were you?! Just kidding - maybe we'll do it again? Who knows! 

In case you missed it:
The other B&DERM posts so far:
Kickoff! Bella | Daph
Blogger Q&A #1: How do you tackle your TBR pile?
Weekly Wrap-up and International Giveaway #1
Blogger Q&A #2: Finding the time for Reading and Reviewing
Weekly Wrap-up #2 and UK Giveaway #1
Blogger Q&A #3: Do You Have a Review Format? 
Weekly Wrap-up #3 and International Giveaway #2
Blogger Q&A #4: Deciding What Books to Read
Weekly Wrap-up #4 and UK Giveaway #2


  1. I have read a massive 21 books this may! (one was a short story though).
    Think this has been a great idea and have had loads of fun :)


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