When I set up to take the photos for this post…I realized I have read EIGHT books this month! Eight! I am so proud of myself! I also noticed that I read half of them in ebook format. I got used to reading on my Kindle and I particularly love it because it’s so easy to take it anywhere I go, and still have several books to choose from.
- First book I read in April was The Pearl by John Steinbeck. I began reading Steinbeck this year for the first time, and I love his books. My favorite is still Of Mice and Men up to now.
- Next, I read The Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson. I didn’t know much about the book or the author, but it turned out to be a decent book. You can find my review on it here.
- Low (Volume 1) by Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini was a comic that I actually pre-ordered from bookdepository. I read it as soon as I got it and I enjoyed it a lot. My review is here.
- Ten Days in a Mad House by Nellie Bly. After I read this, I decided to read all her work and write a special post about her. I still plan on doing that, I just haven’t found the time to inform myself more about her life.
- Around the World in Seventy-Two Days by Nellie Bly.
- I won’t say much about I Shall Live: Surviving the Holocaust Against All Odds by Henry Orenstein, but it became one of my favorite books. Read all my thoughts on the book here.
- The Yellow Crocus by Laila Ibrahim was another interesting read, and you can read my review here.
- And finally, we finish this post and my April reads with a classic: A Study in Scarlet: A Sherlock Holmes Aventure by A.C.Doyle.
That was it, guys! Have you read any of these books? Let me know your thoughts in the comment section. Also, guys…read I Shall Live by H. Orenstein. I promise you it’s a great book!
OK, now it’s time to get out in the sun, it’s a wonderful day outside and there is a nice event in the park. Maybe I’ll blog about it 🙂 (there are books involved!).
Have a nice weekend everyone!