We’ve officially hit the midway mark on the month of April! Are you happy with your TBR progress or are you feeling a bit behind? I’m honestly always feeling a bit behind, but overall I’m satisfied with where I’m at. I’ve got several reviews that I’ll be posting this week, so be sure to keep an eye out for those!
This week is shaping up to be all about recent releases! I’m 100% Team Paperback, but sometimes you just can’t wait a whole year for the US to understand your preferences! I’ve been eyeing THE LAST since last year and had my copy pre-ordered and ready for me the moment a spot opened up on my TBR! That lucky day happened to be yesterday and so far, this book is really drawing me in. It’s got dystopian and mystery aspects, which are making for an interesting story!
The April Night Worms subscription box was Josh Malerman themed, which meant I got this amazing SIGNED copy of INSPECTION in it!! I may have ridiculously danced around my house when I opened it. I also may be super paranoid about reading a signed book, but there is no way I’m waiting! I’ve seen some mixed reviews, but I’m not going to even glance at them before heading into this book!
I’ve still got about an hour left on my audiobook listen of UNRAVELING OLIVER. Once I finish up I’ll be starting BEFORE SHE KNEW HIM by Peter Swanson. This will be my second book by Swanson this year and I’m really excited to read more by him. I’m thinking I’ll end up reading and listening to this one if time permits. This is the April pick for both Criminally Good Book Club and Black Hearts Reads over on Instagram, as they are pairing up for a #killercollaboration! I’m really excited to chat with everyone later this month about this book!
Interested in snagging a copy of any of these books? Check them out here!:
THE LAST: Amazon | Book Depository
INSPECTION: Amazon | Book Depository
BEFORE SHE KNEW HIM: Amazon | Book Depository
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