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April Wrap-up

I can’t believe that April is already over! It honestly feels like it’s still March 2020 is flying by! Who would have thought that we would be in quarantine? This has been my best month of 2020 of reading due to the coronavirus. A whole six books were read this month, and they were all pretty good! The April wrap-up is full of books that really surprised me, and a lot of the books were not books I would have picked for myself but thoroughly enjoyed!

All The Stars and Teeth by Adalyn Grace 

I loved this book! It had everything your inner child could want! This book was everything you could want! This was one of my favorite reviews I did this month and one of the best book I read as well! This brought me back to my childhood, with mermaids, pirates, magic, and royalty, I was in awe! This book was such an adventure, and it was so much fun! Also, how beautiful was this cover? Read the review by clicking here.

Own Your Everyday by Jordan Lee Dooley

First 5 star rating of the year! This is an absolute must read! Jordan Lee Dooley has so many wise words, and there is not a single page that is not doesn’t have something to inspire you! Own Your Everyday is a must read book for everyone! There are so many wise words in this book and I’m giving Jordan all the praise for this book! To read the review click here.

Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

Ruta Sepetys did an amazing job with this book! I cannot give her enough praise. I love the way that this book was set up.  It will hit you in the feels, and you will not be able to put it down! Salt to the Sea is a fantastic story that follows four people during Nazi Germany trying to survive. They aboard the Wilhelm Gustloff, one of the most looked over and undocumented disasters in maritime history. To read the review click here.

This Is Where It Ends by Marieke Nijkamp

This is Where it Ends by Marieke Nijkamp is a beautiful and tragic book that follows four teens as they experience a school shooting. This book tackles a serious issue that many people all over the world are dealing with. This wasn’t my favorite book of the month, but it is a good book I just wanted more details. To read the review click here.

The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu

The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu is such an adventure! It’s full of magic, and music, twist, and a sibling relationship. It’s gripping and beautiful! It was a little bit of Bridge to Terabithia and Narnia, and it was beautiful! I highly recommend reading the author’s note in the back, it actually made the entire book for me! This book is so beautiful and magical! I will for sure read this again! To read the review click here.

Not Another Sarah Halls by Haley Newlin 

Okay, I’m still reading this book, but I have like 50 pages left so it will be finished tonight! This book is so good and is Haley’s debut novel! It’s a little spooky and suspenseful and so good! I recommend this book! I can’t wait to finish this book and write the review!

What did your month look like? Comment down below!

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