My April 2022 TBR

I can’t quite believe that it is April already! Another week and I will be on Spring Break, although I will be staying home and not joining all the crazy college kids on their beach shenanigans. Ahh youth, don’t really miss you, except for maybe the energy levels!

Well it is time to look forward and decide what some of the books I might read in the next month will be. But first a quick look back at what my goal was for March. I managed to fully read 5 out of the 8 books, but two more are ones I am currently working. So there is only one book which I didn’t get to. Which isn’t to bad, could be better though.

ARC’s I will be reading in April

I finally read We Were Liars last year and loved it, so I jumped at the chance to read this one. Family of Liars is about the adults from the first book from when they were kids.

Bad Actors is the one ARC I didn’t get to in March that will be on the top of my list this month. I am looking forward to it as this is one of my favorite series.

Answers in the Pages is a very short (178 pgs) middle school book about book banning. I just had to pick this one up as I have enjoyed works by this author before and the topic is so timely.

City of Orange is another book by an author that I really enjoy. The premise of this one is really intriguing.

What else will I read?

Amongst Our Weapons is the next book in a favorite series. Can’t wait to see what happens in this one.

Cold Days is the next Harry Dresden book and I am hoping that I get it soon. I am also hoping to get at least one more of these books done this month but we will see.

I saw a review for Arya Winters and the Tiramisu of Death a couple of weeks ago and once I stopped laughing about the title was totally convinced that I needed to read it. Love that purple cover too.

What Abigail Did That Summer is also part of the Rivers of London series. If you know the series you know that Abigail is a young wizard who can talk to animals. This is a short one but will be a fun one I am sure.

Hopefully I won’t get as distracted by other books in April as I was in March and can get through all of these. A couple of them are short which will help, I had way to many long books in March which had an effect on my TBR, but what can you do?

What good books are you looking forward to reading in April?


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