Another month is gone… Y’all, summer is basically here and I’m not really sure I’m ready for it. I hate the heat unless I’m on a beach. But am I at the beach? No, I’m sitting at work and it blows.
But hey, at least there’s only 5 more months until the Halloween season! Am I right or am I right?!
- The Mirk and Midnight Hour by Jane Nickerson – physical book, 4/5 stars, REVIEW
- Heretics Anonymous by Katie Henry – audiobook, 5/5 stars
- Scythe (Arc of a Scythe, #1) by Neal Shusterman – physical book, buddy read, 5/5 stars
- Navigating the Stars (Sentinels of the Galaxy, #1) by Maria V. Snyder – audiobook, 4/5 stars
- The English Wife by Lauren Willig – physical book, 4/5 stars
- The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James – audiobook, 2/5 stars
- The Lying Woods by Ashley Elston – audiobook, 4/5 stars
- Tithe (A Modern Faerie Tale, #1) by Holly Black – 4/5 stars
- And I Darken (The Conqueror’s Saga, #1) by Kiersten White – physical book, buddy read, 4/5 stars
Total Books Read: 9
Overall in 2019: 34
Reading Challenge Updates
- A book inspired by myth/legend/folklore – The Mirk and Midnight Hour
- A book featuring an extinct or imaginary creature – Tithe
- A book with a zodiac sign or astrology term in the title – Navigating the Stars
- A book with no chapters/unusual chapter headings/unconventionally numbered chapters – The Loneliest Girl in the Universe
Previous Total: 25/75
- WWW Wednesday – April 3rd, 2019
- WWW Wednesday – April 10th, 2019
- WWW Wednesday – April 17th, 2019
- WWW Wednesday – April 24th, 2019
- If You Liked That…Read This: Science Fiction Edition
- Top 10 Longest Novels On My TBR
- My Book Outlet & Audible Book Haul
- My April TBR
- March Wrap-Up: Reviews, Reading Challenges, etc.
Did you get a lot of reading done in April? Were you able to read all of the books on your TBR? Did you read any new favorites? What book did you like the least? What do you plan on reading in May?
3 thoughts on “April Wrap-Up: Reviews, Reading Challenges, etc.”
Those are some gorgeous covers! I’ve not read Lauren Willig, though I know I should. Where should I start?
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This was my first Lauren Willig novel and I really enjoyed it. I recommend it if you like historical fiction mysteries. I know she also has a new release coming out next month that has been getting a lot of buzz as well. I think it’s called The Summer Country.