April 2021 TBR
Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing my April TBR, otherwise known as the TBR that I’m just making up as I write this post! I have nothing that I need to get done for April, so I’ll probably start on my May ARCs! I’m getting close to having all the rest of my 2021 ARCs read, which means I can go back and read the ones that I missed soon.
Black Water Sister by Zen Cho – This is one of my May ARCs, so I figured I would get a head start on it! I’m very excited that I was able to get an ARC of this, because it sounds so interesting. Jessamyn moves back to Malaysia where she starts hearing voices, including her grandmother who claimed to be the avatar of the mysterious Black Water Sister. Her grandmother is determined to get retribution and decided to use Jessamyn to do it.
Shards of Earth by Adrian Tchaikovsky – This is my only other May ARC, and I’ll be a part of the blog tour for it so I’m very excited! The kinds of science fiction that I like tend to be space opera, so I’ve got high hopes for this one. The book has a blurb that pretty much sums up the synopsis. It’s “about humanity on the brink of extinction, and how one man’s discovery will save or destroy us all.”
Lost in the Never Woods by Aiden Thomas – This book has been starting at me from my shelves since I got my copy on the release date, and I just need to read it to see if I love it as much as I loved Cemetery Boys! Aiden Thomas could become a new autobuy author for me. This one is a retelling of Peter Pan where Wendy needs to solve the mystery of the kids in her town that keep disappearing.
The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie – I recently posted on my bookstagram about this book and how I know I’ll love the series, but I’m a little nervous because I’m afraid it won’t live up to the hype I’ve created in my head for it. Well I decided that I just need to stop talking about reading it and actually do it, so I’m hoping that I can finally read this in April!
Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley – This one has been all over the internet and it’s been optioned for Netflix and it’s one of Reese Witherspoon’s book club picks! I’ve got really high hopes for this one as well because the reviews have all been positive that I’ve seen. I’m very excited to read this thriller about a Native teen who needs to solve a murder.
What books do you want to read in April? Have you read any of these or want to? I’d love to chat!