I had a very good reading month, a mixed bag between arcs, books and audiobooks and of course genres but I think that works for me and even though writing the reviews is still a bit of a struggle I managed in the end. I am pretty happy that I am only one book behind schedule on my Goodreads challenge and that I seem to have found a rhythm that works for me now in terms of blogging, which is something I have been grappling with for a while. Anyway here is what I managed to read this month…
The Sound at the End | Kirsty Logan
A very good production but not quite my cup of tea.
Rizzio | Denise Mina
Brilliantly written short and sharp snapshot of a pretty gruesome moment in Scottish history.
The Sweetest Oblivion | Danielle Lori
A forbidden romance and enemies-to-lovers mix that was perfect for some escapism.
The Storyteller | Dave Grohl
A brilliant memoir from an incredible talent, definitely recommend as an audiobook.
Four Aunties and a Wedding | Jesse Sutanto
A fun book but not quite as good as its predecessor.
Slay | Brittney Morris
I loved this! Amazing concepts, amazing characters, totally hooked from start to finish.
Hoping to keep the good reading months and looking forward to getting to these books soon…
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I still have The Storyteller on my audible wish list. It sounds wonderful. You sure had a good month of reading in April!
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I did indeed, I hope you enjoy it when you get to it 😊