Books Of The Month | April 2017

I wonder if I wrote more words or read more this month. Either way here’s how my April unfolded.

What I Finished:

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

One phrase description:

It gets better.


“We need hope, or else we cannot endure.”

My general thoughts:

I technically finished this in March a couple days after I published my book blog post. I think that’s a testament to how much I enjoyed ACOFTAR, especially the ending. It took me a few chapters to get acquainted with the new world and characters. I’m so used to the Throne of Glass books, and so I found myself comparing this novel to her other works. Personally I like her writing. It’s descriptive enough for me to get a sense of the world but not too descriptive that I get impatient, wishing something would happen already.

Truthwitch by Susan Dennard

One phrase description:

It got faster.


“Sometimes justice was all about the small victories.”

My general thoughts:

I found it hard to get into at first. I needed some time to adjust to the world and all the characters. But the story picked up its pace. I was a bit confused at the beginning. Thankfully things made more sense as the novel went on.

Last Man Standing by David Baldacci

One phrase description:

It got crazier.


“At some point you have to live your life the way you want to.”

My general thoughts:

I had a great time with this novel. I didn’t see many of the twists and turns coming. It had a good amount of action, mystery, and suspsense. I liked that the main character, Web, has many issues. He works through some of them throughout the novel. It made for a more realistic story.

What I’m Currently Reading:

Symbol of Treason by Natalya Orekhov

First impressions:

Aside from some formatting and grammatical errors, the writing isn’t that bad. Most of the characters seem to have their demons and a less than ideal past. It’d be interesting to see how they deal with their problems.

What I Want To Read Next Month:

The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong


I had the hardest time deciding what to read next. I’m going with this one because why not. 

Next month I hope to start reviewing books individually. I’m announcing this on here because online accountability has worked in the past. Don’t fail me in the future.

Happy reading in May!

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4 thoughts on “Books Of The Month | April 2017

  1. You girls have been so busy writing, I’m amazed you had time to read anything. I have been finishing up the semester, so I’ve read less than usual as well. If I were just to finish up the several books I’ve started, I’d have an impressive list, but I am always tempted to start something new. I need to do my OWN little readathon.


    1. Mhm, reading took a backseat in April. Well done on finishing another semester. I hope you get a chance to read more over the summer. Haha, I know what you mean. Readathons are the best.

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