April TBR 2022
It is time for my second TBR of this year. But before I tell you what I am hoping to read during April, I want to look back on last month's TBR.
During March I planned to read four books: Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney, Six of Crows (& Crooked Kingdom) by Leigh Bardugo, and The Cat Who Saved Books by Sōsuke Natsukawa. I almost exactly followed this list. I read all books except for Crooked Kingdom. The reason for not reading Crooked Kingdom was that I had gotten an opportunity that I wanted to accept. You will hear more about said opportunity on Monday!
Now for the month of April, my goal is to read four books again. I think this is workable with the amount of work I have to do for school. Let's get into what I want to read this month and why I can't wait to read them!
Crooked Kingdom - Leigh Bardugo
Well, since I could not get to this book last month I will have to read it now! I mean, Six of Crows was amazing and I need to read more. It is that simple. I can't wait to read about what Kaz and his gang of thieves are up to this time.
Fifty-Fifty - Steve Cavanagh
'Two sisters on trial for murder. Both accuse each other. Who do YOU believe'
That is the line on the cover of the book, read that and tell me that does not sounds like a thrilling read. I have read one book by Steve Cavanagh before called Thirteen, which is part of the same series. That book was an absolute pageturner, so I only expect good things about this book!
A Gentleman in Moscow - Amor Towles
I hear so many good things about this book, that I had to buy it. Me being a history student, I also love the idea of reading this. Unfortunately, after I bought the book I started to hear bad things about it as well. So I think it is time to read it myself and I'll judge who I agree with.
Tales of Connection - Matt Haig
I heard so much about Matt Haig and then one week when I went to the bookstore I got a free little booklet of maybe 90 pages, which is this book. I haven't gotten around to reading it yet but I am incredibly looking forward to reading this. Since it is such a small book I squeezed it into this month's TBR