April has been a fairly average reading month for me. The star ratings below suggest that I haven’t read anything outstanding, but luckily that isn’t the case. I’ve actually read The Girl Who Fell From The Sky by Simon Mawer (my book of the year so far) and Heft by Liz Moore (an entertaining and touching book about a housebound overweight man that will probably make my top ten of 2012). I’ve also started HHhH by Laurent Binet, which is touted as THE book of 2012. I’m sure all will score or more, but unfortunately you’ll have to wait until sometime in May for my reviews.
Book of the Month
Books Reviewed in April
Plans for May
Many of my May reads come from the 2012 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize Shortlist. I’ve been on a buying/library reserving frenzy and now have the following available to read:
Rebirth by Jahnavi Barua
I also hope to read:
I’ll try to squeeze in a few random choices from the overgrown TBR pile too.
I hope that you have a wonderful May!