With 2 days left of n the month, I am officially booked out.
A very, VERY ambitious April TBR
When you have no idea what to read next. an anthology, an ARC and two YA novels you have been meaning to get to. Along with a shelf of over 100 books (and counting) left to read. Reading all the books is overwhelming 😫
This is what I have wanting in a thriller. I have been in such a dark, disturbed mood lately when it comes to what I choose to read and this fit the bill. And it did it so well. If you have been looking for a non typical thriller this is for you.
Release date Oct. 9 2018
ARC provided by Netgalley and Berkeley Publishing Group
Welp, this was a DNF. I did not like the writing style. All the characters were beyond likable, they were just downright ignorant, childish, spoke to each other worse than 3 year olds. I‘ll pass on this one.
Read my 2-star review of Lies by T M Logan
This was an okay read for me. YA is hard for me. I don‘t relate, but have to remember that at one point, not so many years ago, I did relate. I had those feelings, made those mistakes. I enjoyed the characters, the relationships, the rebuilding of relationships. I am opening my reading boundaries, and this book helped me to that.
Full review at
100 pages left. I‘m just not sure if YA contemporary is my thing.
This could have been something, but it turned out to be nothing.
Visit confessionsofareadinggeek.blogspot.com to check out the full review
Or on Goodreads
Read my 2-star review of A Beautiful, Terrible Thing: A Memoir of Marriage and Betrayal by Jen Waite
I was looking for a light read and through Booktube, I found this.
This was my first boy band/fan fiction novel and I enjoyed every last bit.
Read my 4-star review of Grace and the Fever by Zan Romanoff
Or on my blog at confessionsofareadinggeek.blogspot.com
Love the cover, the actually book, not so much. This is going back to library. I just can‘t get in to it.
1407 pages read
All borrowed from the library
Favorite book : Not that Bad
Least favorite book : The Elizas
Not the best reading month. Lots of family issues this month. Starting June by reading The Great Alone
DNF. I had high hopes. I love the concept and the idea of this but the author tried to execute it in a very strange way. Part fantasy, part horror, part western? Too much for me. Maybe at another time I‘ll come back to this, but for now it‘s going back to the library.