(EN) 2018 | The Reading Recap #2

Posted december 16, 2018 by Laurie in Boekenpraat, Booktalk / 0 Comments

It is time for the second instalment of this reading recap series of mine. This time, I will recap the months April, May and June.


In April I went on Holidays, so that was the perfect timing for me to read a lot of books. Oh well, ever since I just counted it, I actually read 10 books, less than I expected. I put A Thousand Pieces Of You by Claudia Gray aside, this book did not work for me at all. The biggest surprise this month was They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera and my favourite book was Heir Of Fire by Sarah J. Maas. My least favourite book however was Ways To Live Forever by Sally Nicholls. I don’t know, I just got so bored with this book.


We got pretty great wheather in May, as well as in April actually. Great wheather means a lot of reading outside. I managed to read 12 books this month. However, I DNF’ed a book by Matthew Quick, The Leonard Peacock one, and Ready Player One by
Ernest Cline. That book was not for me. My most favourite read was definitely A Court Of Frost And Starlight by Sarah J. Maas and my least favourite read was Fractured by Dani Etkins. This book is very confusing and I still don’t know what the plot is. The biggest surprise for me this month was Hate List by Jennifer Brown. This book has been sitting on my TBR for years and it was surprisingly good. I never expected this.


June is the final month of this recap. I read 12 books in June of which I DNF’ed one. The Gentleman’s Guide To Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee, it was a total nope. My favourite book of the month was Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout and that was my biggest surprise as well. My least favourite book was The Fixer by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. This book really annoyed me. However, I had a huge amount of average ratings this month.

Next week I will recap the boiling hot summer for you guys, because especially July was a very warm month. We already had our fair share in April, May and less in June, but it was a great summer. What are your favourite books of April, May and June?


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