Slice by Steven Herrick. Five Stars. I adored this book. The character of Darcy is wonderful and his friendships with Noah and Audrey are beautiful. [Goodreads]
A Bloody Legacy by Lily Luchesi. Five Stars. A Bloody Legacy is short but intense. A fast paced, sultry and enticing read. [Goodreads] [MyReview]
Rocket Raccoon (Free Comic Book Day Special) by Joe Caramagna. Three Stars. A quick fun read, full of Rocket hijinks. [Goodreads]
Walk the Edge by Katie McGarry. Four Stars. Good girl meets misunderstood bad boy, a well used trope, but the writing was good and I really did enjoy it. [Goodreads]
Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor. Five Stars. THAT ENDING! I still haven’t recovered! Fantastical Awesomeness. [Goodreads] [MyReview]
Charmed #2 by Erica Schultz & Maria Sanapo. Three Stars. Still had the TV show feel to it, but was a little lack lustre. [Goodreads]
Another Night in Mullet Town by Steven Herrick. Four Stars. A snapshot of growing up in a small Aussie coastal town. [Goodreads]
Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting by Justine Prado. Four Stars. A story of growing up and discovering one’s groove. [Goodreads] [MyReview]
Books I added to my TBR list this month: 19
Blog Posts: 10
Until next time, enjoy your shelves
2 thoughts on “Bookish Babble: April 2017 Round Up”
I bought a copy of Slice too Sarah after you loved it so much and going to read it this weekend. Another Night in Mullet Town has been my favourite so far but only just. Have you ever read Tim Winton? Aussie author who writes mostly adult but he writes about Australia in much the same way Herrick does, without the verse. Maybe see if the library has Blueback, I’d love to see what you think, I think you’d really enjoy him.too ❤
Ah 🙂 I hope you love it!!
I haven’t read any Tim Winton, yet! But I have heard so much about him. I’ve requested Blueback (the blurb sounds wonderful) from my local library and am on the waiting list :-).