TBR List: April 2017

TBR List: April 2017

I picked up a HUGE stack of books from the library last week, so I’m once again feeling a little overwhelmed by my TBR list. However, I did get through almost all of my books from March, so I’m at least caught up on what I’d planned to read.

Books I’ll be reading in April 2017

A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro

A Study in Charlotte (Charlotte Holmes #1) by Brittany Cavallaro

How I got it: I borrowed the Playaway Audio version from the library. (This is my first experience with these pre-loaded devices.)

Why I got it: I’ve heard so many great things, and now that the second book is out too, I thought I should finally read this series.

Wanderlost by Jen MaloneWanderlost by Jen Malone

How I got it: I borrowed the book from the library.

Why I got it: It’s my YA Book Club selection for April. I picked it because I’ve heard great things, and I love travel stories.

 

My Life with the Liars by Caela CarterMy Life with the Liars by Caela Carter

How I got it: I borrowed it from the library.

Why I got it: I’ve been wanting to read this book ever since I read Bekka’s review last year. It was one of the books I wanted to read in 2016 but didn’t get to.

 

Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid

How I got it: I borrowed it from the library.

Why I got it: I read an eARC of The Seven Lives of Evelyn Hugo last week, and I was reminded again of how much I love TJR. Forever, Interrupted is the only one of her books I haven’t read yet, and I need to remedy that ASAP.

The Other Widow by Susan H. Crawford

The Other Widow by Susan H. Crawford

How I got it: I borrowed it from the library.

Why I got it: I’ve been on a suspense kick lately, and I’ve been wanting to read this book since I read No More Grumpy Bookseller‘s review last year.

 

The Versions of Us by Laura Barnett

The Versions of Us by Laura Barnett

How I got it: I borrowed it from the library.

Why I got it: It’s my Moms Book Club pick for April. I selected it because I love parallel dimension stories.

 

The Two-Family House by Lynda Cohen Loigman

The Two-Family House by Lynda Cohen Loigman

How I got it: I borrowed it from the library.

Why I got it: This book is another one that I had hoped to get to last year but didn’t. The story seems loaded with family drama – which I love.

 

What are you planning to read this month?

 

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14 Comments

    1. Yay! Glad to hear it’s good. Which other one of her books have you read? I think One True Loves is my favorite, but I also loved Maybe in Another Life.

        1. After I Do was the one I didn’t love – but mainly because I went into it expecting something completely different. Maybe In Another Life is really good. That was the first book I read by TJR. Enjoy!

    1. Thanks, Grace! I love TJR’s writing so much. Evelyn Hugo wasn’t my favorite – such a weird plot – but I’d read pretty much anything she wrote at this point. It’s still SO well done.

    1. I hope I love Wanderlost too – I remember reading your review. I’m in the middle of A Study in Charlotte, and I’m enjoying it quite a lot. I actually made Jim finish the latest season of Sherlock because I caught the Sherlock bug. I’ve never read the original stories, but I think this retelling lines up with the Sherlock BBC series pretty well as far as Holmes characterizations. I’m excited that a second book will be available to me right away. I’ll let you know what I think of Forever, Interrupted. I really enjoyed Evelyn Hugo – not my favorite of hers, but very compelling and SO interesting.

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