On the Night Table [15]: Current and April Reads


First things first: This week’s reading choices.

The Girl at Midnight has garnered some pretty promising reviews as of late. Many of which spoke of how much Grey’s writing can be compared to Laini Taylor. So of course, I wanted to read this one right away.

Emery Lord is fast becoming a rock star of contemporary YA, and that’s only after her debut work. I really enjoyed her Open Road Summer, and have looked forward to reading whatever she’s got coming.

Life After Life was such an interesting book. It combines Historical Fiction with some paranormal elements. This book is about Ursula’s brother, Teddy. Who may or may not share Ursula’s ability. I’ve been dying to read this since I got wind of it. I think I may have featured it on the rare Waiting on Wednesday way back when.

Books Read this Week
  • A Darker Shade of Magic by Victoria Schwab (review to come)
  • Naked in Death by JD Robb (review to come)
  • Algorithm by Aaron Karo (review to come)
  • Mirror Image by Sandra Brown (review to come)
  • The Collector by Nora Roberts

April – The Magic Number

Last month was a fantastic month for me. Blogging-wise, I was able to do at least 20 posts for the month. I read 20 books and am more than halfway on my Goodreads reading goal of 150. I averaged about 3.6 star-rating, highest being 5 and lowest being 2. I’m hoping to keep to this pace because God knows, I need to put a dent on my reading pile. Sigh.

Books Received for Review

  1. Blood on Snow by Jo Nesbö
  2. Empire of Night by Kelley Armstrong
  3. Revenge of the Kremlin by Gérard deVilliers
  4. The Fearless by Emma Pass
  5. Last Year’s Mistake by Gina Ciocca June Publication
  6. Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon September publication
  7. The New Neighbour by Leah Steart June Publication
  8. Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone June Publication
  9. Some Kind of Normal by Juliana Stone Review soon
  10. Algorithm by Aaron Karo Review soon
  11. Three Day Summer by Sarvenaz Tash review soon

Top Three Books I’m Looking Forward to Reading in May

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That’s been my April. How was yours?

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