Books I Read This Month (April 2017)

Dreamland - Sarah Dessen The Collapsing Empire - John Scalzi

Hope everyone had a great reading month!

At this point I am almost at the 50 percent mark for my reading goal for the year! I plan on reading at least 337 books. At this point in time I have read 155 books/comics/graphic novels.


This year I went easier on myself and am not doing that many challenges. Last year got a bit too much for me.

 

This month I read 29 books.

 

I honestly did not read a book that really knocked my socks off this month. I am just going to go with "Dreamland" though since it is a book I can see myself re-reading in the future (which is what makes a book 5 stars to me).

 

My least favorite book was "The Collapsing Empire". I got burned so badly by some of the new releases this past month that have been getting tons of hype. Between this one and "The Bone Witch" I am going to make sure that all other new releases I get, that I try to obtain them from the library first. 

 

5 stars

 

Blue Dahlia by Nora RobertsThe Refugees by Viet Thanh NguyenDreamland by Sarah DessenJessica Jones (2016-) #5 by Brian Michael Bendis

Jessica Jones (2016-) #6 by Brian Michael Bendis

 

 

4 stars

 

A Rose For Her Grave by Ann RuleIndemnity Only by Sara ParetskyDeadlock by Sara ParetskyThe Locker by Richie Tankersley Cusick

Mad Love by Nick SpaldingFairy Lights by Edward LornMaybe in Another Life by Taylor Jenkins ReidWhitethorn Woods by Maeve Binchy

 

3 stars

 

Practice to Deceive by Ann RuleKilling Orders by Sara ParetskyBitter Medicine by Sara ParetskyFatal Friends, Deadly Neighbors by Ann Rule

Swan Song by Robert McCammon

 

2 stars

 

The F Word by Liza PalmerStardust by Neil GaimanWe Were Liars by E. LockhartFatal Secrets by Richie Tankersley Cusick

Teacher's Pet by Richie Tankersley CusickDream Wedding by Susan Mallery

 

1 star

 

The New Girl by R.L. StineThe Wangs vs. the World by Jade ChangThe Bone Witch by Rin ChupecoMaybe Someday by Colleen Hoover

 


DNF

 

The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi