So, another month has passed and now we are on May. Oh, how time flies when you’re having fun. And boy, did I have too much fun I managed to squeeze through 19 books in April. 19 books! But it’s not as impressive as you might think since I’ve read few really short children’s book. 😁 Nevertheless, I believe it’s the first time I’ve read that much in one month and I’d say I’m quite proud of it. Blogging is really such a great help for my homesickness.
Anyway, here’s the books I’ve read on April:
Below are some French children’s book I’ve (barely!) managed to read:
I also scored some great English books at the Book Festival last April 6-9:
I’ll also add a few more ARC TBR from NetGalley:
Ella’s life just hit rock-bottom, but can a summer by the sea mend her broken heart? When life gives you lemons… make ice-cream!
When the body of a retired paediatrician is discovered in his weekend house on Lake Starnberg, it seems clear that his death was the result of a robbery gone wrong. But as Inspector Konstantin Dühnfort starts to investigate and details of how the man met his death are revealed, an altogether murkier series of events begins to emerge – one of torture, betrayal and cruelty, of complex sibling relationships and toxic parental ambition. With a family ripping at the seams, will Dühnfort be able to uncover what really happened?
A thrilling new YA novel from master of suspense James Patterson, who’s created a frightening new future: a world where teens are taken, imprisoned and forced to fight for their survival. Where 17-year-old Cass will do whatever it takes to save her twin sister from Death Row.
There goes my reading summary for April and I’m already excited for what’s in store this May. 😊
(*Photos and synopsis courtesy of Goodreads)