April Wrap-Up

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April has been… surprisingly good to me. Not just in the bookish sense, but just in general. I’ve definitely been in the reading mood, as you’re about to see. This month I got 12 books finished (1 was for school, but the rest were pleasure). That’s my best reading month so far this year, and I honestly loved it. I’ve been doing an insane amount of rereading because some nostalgic part of me seems to have woken up, so only about half are new reads. I’m not ashamed though and just to let you know… I am still on said rereading binge.

My April Reads

Tell Me LiesTell Me Lies – Carola Lovering 

Rating: 4 stars

Original Review

Goodreads | Amazon

DreamlandDreamland – Sarah Dessen

Rating: 5 stars

No review

Goodreads | Amazon

By the Feet of MenBy the Feet of Men – Grant Price

Rating: 4.25 stars

Review

Goodreads | Amazon

How To Talk To Black PeopleHow To Talk To Black People – A. Anon

Rating: 3 stars

Review

Goodreads | Amazon

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children, #1)Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Ransom Riggs

Rating: 3.75 stars

Review

Goodreads | Amazon

Wild and CrookedWild and Crooked – Leah Thomas

Rating: 4 stars

Review

Goodreads | Amazon

The Perks of Being a WallflowerThe Perks of Being a Wallflower – Stephen Chbosky

Rating: 5 stars

No review

Goodsreads | Amazon

List of 13List of 13 – E.A. Comiskey

Rating: 2 stars

Review

Goodreads | Amazon

Past Perfect LifePast Perfect Life – Elizabeth Eulberg

Rating: 3 stars

Review

Goodreads | Amazon

Just ListenJust Listen – Sarah Dessen

Rating: 4 stars

No review

Goodreads | Amazon

SpeakSpeak – Laurie Halse Anderson

Rating: 4.5 stars

No review

Goodreads | Amazon

The English Language: A Historical IntroductionThe English Language: A Historical Introduction – Charles Barber

Rating: 3 stars

No review

Goodreads | Amazon


My average rating for the month is 3.79. I can’t recall perfectly but I think that’s definitely one of my highest averages so far this year. It’s truly been a great reading month, and I’m really looking forward to May as well!

What did you read in April? Talk to me (:

3 thoughts on “April Wrap-Up

  1. Just read a short story on Amazon by a fellow blogger Alexander Raphael called “The Summer Of Madness.” His story is written in the third person about a broken heart. Blah, blah, blah. But what I liked was what the guy did to get her back.
    A lot of over the top gifts and…an unlikely MEDIA frenzy over him reading Wuthering Heights in public to woo his girlfriend back. People were sitting in lawn chairs to listen to him read her favorite book. That was genius! I had no idea how the story would end but I had to keep turning the page to find out. Did he win her back? I won’t say but it was an enjoyable story.

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    1. Ooooh that actually sounds very interesting! I definitely prefer 1st person stories over third because I feel more connected to the story that way, but some are still great even in 3rd person! I will definitely look into that!

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