April reading recap

Wow – April just blew by. Here’s what I read:

1. Stay by Deb Caletti (4/2) *

2. Fallen from Grace (A Dark Mirror short story) by M.J. Putney (4/2)

3. Kat Incorrigible by Stephanie Burgis (4/3)

4. Shift by Jeri Shift-Ready (4/8) *

5. Where She Went by Gayle Forman (4/10) *

6. City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare (audiobook 4/14)

7. Hereafter by Tara Hudson (4/21)

8. Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen (4/23)

9. Sean Griswold’s Head by Lindsey Leavitt (4/24) *

10. The Day Before by Lisa Schroeder (4/26) *

* = favorites

Pages read: 3038

Avg page count: 338

Book categories:

Historical fiction: 1

YA Historical fiction: 1

YA Contemporary fiction: 4

YA Paranormal: 4

Book Type:

e-Book: 7

Audiobook: 1

Paperback: 2

Reading Challenge Updates:

Read 100 Books in a year: 38/100

2011 Debut Authors:  8/20

YA Historical Fiction: 2/15

Contemps:  4/19

Dystopian: 9/15

NetGalley challenge: 1/6  I read Hereafter for this challenge, but also added some NetGalley reviews for books I have read in prior months.

Upcoming reads in May: Looking forward to reading Bite Club, Divergent, Die for Me, Dead Reckoning, Wildefire, and many more. The first week in May is packed with great new releases!

Hope everyone has a great month of reading ahead! What were some of your favorite books read in March? What are you looking forward to reading this month?


3 thoughts on “April reading recap

  1. Ashley says:

    I also loved Stay, Shift, Where She Went, & Sean Griswold’s Head. Oh and CoFA was quite good as well, though I didn’t like it quite as much as the first 3.

  2. I know what you mean about CoFA – did not have the same feel as the previous books. Glad you had a good reading month too!

  3. Hira Hasnain says:

    Wow, that is a LOT of amazing books. I REALLY want to read “Stay” by Deb Caletti and “Fallen from Grace” by Putney! 😀

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