April Recap/May Reading

Posted On 1 May 2023

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Hopefully I can do a similar post each month to keep track of which books I’ve read and which are outstanding.  Unfortunately, given family commitments recently my reading went shockingly off track and so I’m trying to get back on schedule.  I didn’t do too badly with Aprils books in fact there’s only one title outstanding.  May, well, I think I must have had a conniption or something because I do seem to have a lot of books for the month of May – Oh well, they all look so good too.  Where to start.

Firstly, what I read last month:

  1. A Gift of Poison by Bella Ellis
  2. The Tyranny of Faith by Richard Swan
  3. The Adventures of Amina Al-Sirafi by Shannon Chakraborty
  4. A House with Good Bones by T Kingfisher
  5. Atalanta by Jennifer Saint
  6. The Other Lives of Miss Emily White by A J Elwood
  7. Games for Dead Girls by Jen Williams
  8. A Touch of Light by Thiago Abdalla

I’m also just over a third into The Bone Shard War by Andrea Stewart and hoping to sit down to complete that over the next few days.  Unfortunately I didn’t manage to read The Cleaving by Juliet E McKenna.  I also have three reviews to write which I’m hoping to post in the next few days.

May’s books:

  1. Dragonfall by LR Lam
  2. The Ferryman by Justin Cronin
  3. Our Hideous Progeny by CE McGill
  4. Scarlet by Genevieve Cogman
  5. The Twenty by Sam Holland
  6. The Last Passenger by Will Dean
  7. The Book That Wouldn’t Burn by Mark Lawrence
  8. Broken Light by Joanne Harris
  9. The Malevolent Seven by Sebastien De Castell
  10. Myriad by Joshua David Bellin
  11. On the Nature of Magic by Marian Womack
  12. Witch King by Martha Wells

Yes, this does look a little crazy, but, my June and July book schedules are not as hectic so I’m hoping to make some progress on any of my backlist books at that point.

That’s it for now.  Happy reading everyone.