Book buying ban is definitely over. I didn’t stick to it in April and decided to call it a day, I managed 3 months and that’s as long as I could expect.
Reading was good in April, I read more serious things than usual, mainly because I was trying to finish the Neapolitan Series and then to make a dent in all my TBRs (the books I bought, the ones I brought from home, the ones that linger on my reader and the ones I got from Netgalley).
The plan for May is to participate in RK Narayan Readalong hosted by Deepika at Worn Corners. I will be reading The Guide, as soon as I finish the book I’m currently reading (surprisingly for me a gripping non-fiction, it’s a secret). I’m very excited about it, it’s my first readalong and after Deepika’s posts I was very curious about RK Narayan books.
I also plan to continue making small dents in all my TBRs, so my reading in May will be varied for sure.
Here’s April, links will take you to my reviews:
31. On Chesil Beach – Ian McEwan (r)
30. A Spool of Blue Thread – Anne Tyler (r)
29. The Story of the Lost Child – Elena Ferrante (r)
28. Death in the Tunnel – Miles Burton (r)
27. Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay – Elena Ferrante (r)
26. The Year of Living Danishly – Helen Russell (r)
25. The Power and the Glory – Graham Greene (r)
Photo by Violetta Kaszubowska