Wow! I actually read twelve books in April! That’s a lot for me, really! Also, last was the month I picked up blogging again! I participated in the readathon last month, too, and I had a lot of fun! See how I did here and here!
So on to the huge list of books I read!
I liked the first three books of the Chronicles of Narnia, I enjoyed The Horse And His Boy most! I will review those once I finished them all.
I really liked it, although it was almost the same reading experience as the other two books I read by Sarah Dessen (Along For The Ride, Just Listen). This is because I really like the way I feel while reading these books. It’s relaxing and I find myself as a teenager in the characters sometimes and I just feel really good while reading these books.
You can find my review here! I liked it, but it was not overwhelming.
I have a review up here! I loved this! Very obscure and awesome setting, great suspenceful story!
A very cute classic. I was surprised that I just remembered some small fragments of the story! Great story, I liked this a lot!
One of my favorite books now. Loved it! My review can be found here!
I liked the story a lot, but I had trouble connecting to the characters. Review to come!
I had my troubles with this book, but in the end I liked it quite a lot! Review here!
Again, another new favorite of mine! Check out my review here!
A very cute anthology! I really liked the stories and I was glad there was something out of the Harry Potter universe I hadn’t read yet. I enjoyed the read a lot!
Update on challenges:
I finished Neuromancer by William Gibson, Around The World In 80 Days by Jules Verne and 1984 by George Orwell for the Around The Stacks In How Many Ways – Challenge! With Science Fiction, Dystopian and Adventure I covered three genres already! I think I will change the challenge settings for me though. I think I will not determine which books I want to use for this challenge and which genres I want to read. I want to read what I feel like reading and not feel obliged to read a certain book next. That kind of takes the fun out of it for me and I really don’t want that!
What did you read last month?