April Wrap Up!

Hello people! How are you? And how are your reading going? April wasn’t a great month for the blog, that’s sadly true, but it was a really great month for my reading! I read a lot of great books and I have great expectations for May, so… here is my recap!

April Reading Stats:
Books read: 15
Ebook: 11
Books: 4
ARCs: 2

5 stars

 

I love Seanan McGuire, but this series is a surprise! It’s great, original and the storytelling is top notch! And Gemina was spectacular! I need the third book right now!!!

4 stars

Catch 22 was a great reading and I loved it, but I went really slow with it because I needed a lot of time to let it sit. The Ninth Rain was pretty good, even if I was expecting something more, tbh. But the worldbuilding was really captivating and the characters were all good! Shadowblack was a great reading and De Castell is quickly becoming one of my favorites! Rise & Fall is the fourth book in the THIRDS series and I loved it (it made me laugh out loud on the train!)

 

3.5 stars

Flow was a really interesting reading. Usually, I don’t read a lot of non-fiction, but sometimes I get curious and I like to go out of my comfort zone, from time to time. Rack & Ruin is the third book of the THIRDS series, and it was quite good. This series is really fun as hell. From Long John Silver I was expecting something more, even if it was an interesting reading. I was expecting something more from Nice Dragons Finish Last too but it wasn’t a bad reading, either! And Death by Didgeridoo was a good surprise! I hope to read other books of this series soon.

 

3 stars 

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This one was a meh paranormal, with some potentialities to it but nothing remarkable.

2 stars 

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This was quite the disappointment. It wasn’t too bad and the author has a lot of potentials but the book is not well developed and to make it really simple, I expect more from books.

No stars:

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This book is complicated. On one hand is really good. The author does a great job with the atmosphere and the Russian folklore. It seems a real fairy tale and the imaginative behind all of that is quite unique. On the other hand, I didn’t enjoy myself while reading it, mostly because once I loved fairy tale, but now not so much… I like all the retelling and the modern fairy tale, but the classic structure isn’t for me, or isn’t for me in this period. So I really don’t know how to rate this book. It’s good, it really is, just it’s not for me.

Resolutions: (click here to see the original post)

1) 1 book from my Tbr Bingo (to know more about it, click here)
2 book – Long John Silver and Catch 22
2) 1 book from my Tbr Bingo ebook edition
1 book – Deathless
3) 1 book from one of my book jars
no books
4) 1 book from another of my book jars (i have three of them and I never use them, shame on me!!!!)
no books
5) 1 ARC
2 books – Stolen Enchantress and Death by Didgeridoo
6) 1 fantasy from my list 
2 books – Nice Dragons Finish Last
and The Ninth Rain
7) 1 book for my online yearly challenge on Goodreads
1 book – Flow
8) 1 book from one of my other list
no books 

Spring TBR:
The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair 
-Stalking Darkness (work in progress)
-Kings of the Wyld
-The Liar’s Key
-Etched in Bone

I am really satisfied with my reading this month, even if I wasn’t soo good with my resolutions and TBR. Also… not so good with the ARCs, but I have plans for May, and I hope to make some great reading the next month, too!

How was your April? And did you read some of these books? What do you think about them? Let me know!!!!
Happy reading!
S.

14 thoughts on “April Wrap Up!

  1. Annemieke says:

    Sounds like you had a pretty great reading month. I can’t wait to get to The Ninth Rain. I got it really cheap as an ebook. But I think I’m going to need a physical copy to read it. I’m really liking Jen Williams work with the copper cat trilogy.

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    • Susy's Cozy World says:

      Yes, April was really a great month! 🙂 And I’ve read The Ninth Rain on ebook but I would have preferred a physical copy of it, too. It would have been way better! This was my first Jen Williams’ book but I would read her other books!! 🙂 And I hope you would read this one soon 🙂

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