April TBR

I’ve realised that I don’t really stick to the lists I put up as my TBR for the month, so don’t be surprised if something else turns up in my reviews that wasn’t here first. Most of the books I’m going to put up I am already part way through but unfortunately(or not so, depending which way you look at it) The Mortal Instruments series has kinda become my new bookish obsession.


Chewy Noh and the Phantasm of Winter
Chewy Noh 2(Currently at 66%) Chewy Noh has many problems. Besides his mom becoming a mu-dang—a Korean fortune-teller possessed by his dead grandmother who can read minds—the school bully, Kent, is still on the warpath to get Chewy kicked out of school. With his secret ability to win at everything, none of this bothers him until he starts disappearing for no reason while a mysterious force attacks his fellow students, and he must scramble to figure out what’s going on before he becomes its next and final victim.

The Lies we Tell Ourselves
Lies we tell ourselves(Currently Reading) It’s 1959. The battle for civil rights is raging. And it’s Sarah Dunbar’s first day of school, as one of the first black students at the previously all-white Jefferson High. No one wants Sarah there. Not the Governor. Not the teachers. And certainly not the students – especially Linda Hairston, daughter of the town’s most ardent segregationist. Sarah and Linda have every reason to despise each other. But as a school project forces them to spend time together, the less their differences seem to matter. And Sarah and Linda start to feel something they’ve never felt before. Something they’re both determined ignore. Because it’s one thing to be frightened by the world around you – and another thing altogether when you’re terrified of what you feel inside.

Everyone Dies at the End by Riley Westbrook
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Who knew the zombie apocalypse would be caused by something we all know is deadly…but that is also all around us? Two stories intersect as the world delves into chaos – Earl, a drugged out heroin addict constantly in search of his next fix, and a family struggling with the dramas of everyday life, get no reprieve during this zombie outbreak. Can any of them survive the deadliest game of all – survival against undead, each other, and the world around them?


March Wrap-Up

The only thing I hate about holidays is that all the days turn into one, so that’s why this post is a day late. I haven’t really read much this month (as per usual), I can’t wait until all this revision is over and I get my extra long summer holiday in which I can do whatever I want 🙂 .

City of Bones by Cassandra Clare

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City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare(Review soon)

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