My book list for July is terribly short, 5 read and 1 audio book. Even the page numbers are down, only 1762 pages read (doesn't count the audio book). However, one book was 532 pages and well worth the time - Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel.
It takes place during the time of Henry VIII in England - the rise of Cromwell, Anne Boleyn and the demise of Thomas More. I find the entire reign of Henry VIII fascinating. Had he stayed a good Catholic, England would be a much different country. But then again, kings rarely did what was expected, usually it was what they wanted instead. Even that has changed considerably.
Now it's August and on to a new book count.