Wrap Up: April 2015


Can you believe that it is already the end of April? I have this feeling that the year just got started. Anyway, I digress and can’t wait for May to begin. I have great things lined up.

But first, let us recap this month. I think I have done more reading this month than I usually did in the past. Two of them were great reads and one really bad one. But when you have a collection of books to read, there is always one bad apple in the bunch. You can read my reviews of the books I read below:

Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Emma: A Modern Retelling by Alexander McCall Smith

Three books read this month is good but I think I can do better. Out of these three, Reconstructing Amelia was my favorite. The Girl on the Train would have made it if there weren’t so many inconsistencies.

Currently reading

I am going to be a typical college student and try to read three books at once:

Emma by Jane Austen

The Daughter by Jane Shemlit

The Sound of Glass by Karen White

I read Emma before but after reading that travesty of McCall’s version of Emma, I knew I had to go back to the original. Hopefully, I will be successful in reading three books at the same time and have a review for you guys in the next coming weeks. Continue reading “Wrap Up: April 2015”