LAST. NOW. NEXT.
NUMBER THREE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE
APRIL READING WRAP-UP
TELL ME TUESDAY is a floating feature, depending on your reading style, where you tell us what you read last, what you are reading now, what you will be reading next from your tbr pile, and why. I am curious why people read what they read, so tell me!
Joining us this week...
Kwante from KWANTE IN WONDERLAND
Published March 2019 - Own Kindle Library
I loved this book. It is the best of the nine anti-racism books I have read since Blackout 2020. Look for a review here on the blog in the future
MY GOODREADS REVIEW
CHESS - ADDICTION
Published 1983 - Own Kindle Library
This book made me want to play chess again. If you've never played chess, or don't have an interest in it, this story may get boring for you quite a few times, with pages of chess moves, but then again you could skip over those scenes. Skipping them wouldn't have any affect on understanding the story.
Published May 4th 2021- NetGalley
I'm half way through this book and it's STELLAR! It's a science lover's dream, packed full of astrophysics and particle physics.
Publishes May 18th 2021 - NetGalley
This month is a free range reading month because I messed up and thought April was Health/Mental Health Month. I am excited to get to this after reading Heather's review on Random Redheaded Ramblings: HERE.
BOOKS READ IN APRIL
YEAR TO DATE TOTALS
TURTLE RECALL CHALLENGE 0/12
NEWBERY CHALLENGE 0/6
MIDDLE GRADE CHALLENGE 7/18
NONFICTION ANTI-RACISM 2/6
MIDDLE GRADE 7
YOUNG ADULT 1
ADULT FICTION 11
GRAPHIC NOVELS 0
PHYSICAL COPIES 0