April TBR 2016

Honestly, I have no idea how many books I will get to this month as it will be full steam ahead with revision for the last exams I will ever do. (That still hasn’t fully registered with me yet). The same goes for blog posts, so I do apologise if there are more long periods with no posts. After June I can get back to normal, I promise.

Anyway, assuming I can read four, these are the four I hope to get to this month (though I’d love to read more if possible).


Slaughterhouse 5 – Kurt Vonnegut

I’ve read almost half of it within the past couple of days and I am honestly loving it. It’s much easier to read than I expected and I can tell already this is going to be one of my favourites of the year.

Illuminae – Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

I’m about 100 pages into this and it’s really good so far, though I’m finding it requires more concentration than reading a standard novel. I haven’t fallen in love with this yet as I know many did, but it’s definitely enjoyable and I look forward to reading more.

The Picture of Dorian Gray – Oscar Wilde

The chances of me finishing this are slim, I’m going to be honest. I’m not as invested in it at the moment and the chapters are so long I find it’s not the book I go to pick up if I want to read a chapter. The writing and the story are wonderful though, so I don’t really know why I’m not invested in it.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer – Mark Twain

This is wonderful and probably will be finished very soon, as the character of Tom is adorable (I’m about four chapters in) and I can tell the story is going be great and undoubtably entertaining.

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