Monthly Recap: April Edition

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I had such big plans for this month. I had a list of book I was going to read and review. Unfortunately, I didn’t follow it at all. I did, however, manage to read nine books this month. Which, is pretty good for me. Some of these books have not been reviewed yet and some won’t be reviewed. But that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve a mention! So, here are my April reads.

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April had some reading highs and lows. Changes was probably the highest of the high points, leaving me desperate to read the next book in The Dresden Files series. I would say that this has happened with every book in that particular series, but that would be a lie. Ghost Story just did not impress me that much. I understood the need for it in the grand scheme of things, but after reading it I needed a break.

While Ghost Story was a bit of a letdown, Boundary Crossed was the low point of month. Now, let me say that I did not hate that book. The fast paced nature was enjoyable. I just found myself wanting more out of the characters. If you are interested you can read that review here

I apologize for the review light month. The blog was only open a little over two weeks in April, but I still think I could have managed more than four reviews. I promise to try harder in May!

So, all in all, not too bad of a month! Reviews for the remainder of the Parasol Protectorate and Uprooted will be posted in the near future!

Now, what am I going to be reading in May? I need your help to update my TBR. What do you think I should read? Let me know in the comments!

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8 thoughts on “Monthly Recap: April Edition

  1. Dresden Files. Yes.

    Absolutely love that series! Started re-reading it a couple of months ago for the second time so that I’d be refreshed for Skin Game. Had to take a break after Proven Guilty, though.. But I’ll get to Skin Game soon, I hope!

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    1. I am in love. They are witty and quirky and right up my alley. I do think Soulless is my favorite. Changeless seemed a bit awkward in places and the split location chapter in Blameless bothered me a little. But not enough to keep me from reading it in one sitting.

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      1. That’s how I felt when reading the series. It was really hard for me to read them side by side and at one point I stopped after Changeless and didn’t read the rest until months later! Thankfully I was able to encourage myself to read all the books so I can finally finish the series.

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      2. I am going to finish the next two here in the next week and probably review them all in one post. That way people aren’t bombarded by Parasol Protectorate reviews. 😛

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