Bookish Wrap Ups

April Wrap-up

Pheww, bye April! So, I decided to make a mandatory wrap-up post since last month. And, I feel like this is something I will definitely be sticking to. I had a tough time figuring out how to set my page and figure out certain features of wordpress. I have tried to make certain changes to my posts here. I am still fairly new to blogging and I know there is no right or wrong, but, I still want to make it the best. Thank you so much for sticking around and inspiring me to write more!

It was the slowest month for me. I was in a slump for half of it and all I managed was to read 5 books. Some of those books made to my favourites list! And, I watched a few series as well, which I loved thoroughly.

Books I read in April:

Legendborn 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

It was a book of diversity, a mix of urban legend with the Arthurian Legend. It had such subtle storyline that it was really easy to connect with the book and the characters. It was really unique and I had no clue it will end up being one of my favourites. I loved the concept the author used in this book, it took me some time to wrap my head around. Also, the storyline supported everything that was mentioned – what I mean is that there was no plot-holes.

After reading this I tried reading Crescent City, Twilight and Well Met – However, they did not work out for me that time and maybe I wanted a different something. That is when I ended up in a slump. It’s not that I did not love those books – I really did but I needed something fresh and light at that time perhaps!

How not to marry a Billionaire 🌟🌟🌟🌟

I started this while I was on a slump, and it definitely pulled me out of it. I loved how wholesome the story was. It started with a rough note where the protagonist was all sad and broke in her life. I loved the way Holly tried to knock some sense into her when Jane receives this insane piece of advice from her mother. I loved how Holly always decided to support Jane no matter what. I mean that is exactly what friends are for. No matter how crazy and spontaneous Jane was, Holly was exactly the opposite she thought twice before doing anything. I loved their bonding throughout the story.

Clockwork Angel

I am still 60% into this book. I absolutely love Will Herondale and Tessa Gray. I really want them to end up together. I will come with the review of this one real soon.

Cheerleaders 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

I started this as a recommendation from . Since I was in a slump – she asked me to read a thriller to change my usual reading preference and said that it will definitely help me out of the slump. And, I would like to say that I am definitely in love with thrillers all over again. This starts with a girl named Monica who stumbles upon some anonymous letters and her dead sister’s mobile phone hidden on her step dad’s desk drawer. She is shocked to find those and wonders what her dad has been hiding since her sister’s death 5 years ago. Her whole world falls apart while the mystery unravels clearing out the clouds that was hiding the truth of the events. The review for this will be up on my blog next. Keep an eye out for that.

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