So, I strayed from my list somewhat this month. Not entirely sure how, because I thought I’d programmed all the books I needed to read into my Wunderlist… Must have been having a brain fart moment when I did that. So I’ve dutifully read the things on my phone, then looked at my list and thought ‘huh?’
Anyway, still a successful month. I managed to read all these:
Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor
I don’t know how this can keep getting better when it was already so good to start with. Definitely not a single sign of second book syndrome here. It’s a gripping, ever evolving conflict with great characters at its core. And after the final chapter I’m gagging to read the next one. Good thing it’s on my pile of books to read really!
The Copper Promise by Jen Williams
Downloaded on Audible after I realised I’d accidentally picked up the second book in the series for review. BEST ACCIDENT EVER. Loved this loads. It was great fun, with witty characters, dark and deep themes explored, but enough lightness and humour to keep things from becoming depressing. Plus magic and dragons and sword fights and stuff. All the things I like in one book really!
A Whisper of Wolves by Kris Humphrey
The Iron Ghost by Jen Williams
The 100: Homecoming by Kass Morgan
Outcast by Adrienne Kress
Alienated by Melissa Landers
Love After All by Jaci Burton
Twisted Dark Volume 1 by Neil Gibson
May Reading List
Trying to keep up the pace. Plus these warm spring/summer nights are made for curling up with a good book! I’ll also be trying to plod through the books I didn’t manage to read last month….
Shadowlark by Meagan Spooner (another book 2 I’ve picked up without realising… Oops. But I really enjoyed the last book I read by Meagan Spooner, so I’m sure this will be fine!)
Ink by Amanda Sun
Invaded by Melissa Landers
Asa by Jay Crownover
Say My Name by J Kenner
(I still have enough physical books to do another couple of months before I really start eating into my NetGalley backlog. I’m sure my review pile isn’t as ridiculous as other reviewers’, but this was breaking point for me!)
The Return by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Book from my shelf
Them by Jon Ronson, to mix it up with some non-fiction