April 2013 Reading Wrap-Up

In April I read a total of 14 books, 9 of which were print/ebooks and 5 of which were audio. This ended up being a total of about 2800 pages and 54 hours of audio. This is a bit disappointing after the old days of getting to 15 or 16 print/ebooks and 5 or 6 audios, but it does mean that I’m now keeping up with my new posting schedule, so if I can keep this up and this schedule allows me enough time to do my job then the blog is in a good place. I would really hate to have to cut back to only 2 total reviews per week, instead of the three (two print and an audio) I’m doing now.  How was your month?

What I Reviewed:

Frances and Bernard by Carlene Bauer, narrated by Angela Brazil and Stephen R. Thorne
Life after Life by Kate Atkinson, narrated by Fenella Woolgar
Salt Sugar Fat by Michael Moss, narrated by Scott Brick

Life after Life by Kate Atkinson
The Burgess Boys by Elizabeth Strout
The Best of Us by Sarah Pekkanen
End Me a Tenor by Joelle Charbonneau
Angelopolis by Danielle Turssoni

Historical Fiction
The Liars’ Gospel by Naomi Alderman
The Edge of the Earth
by Christina Schwarz
A White Wind Blew by James Markert

Other Posts:
So is it a Fantasy? – Guest post by Beverly Swerling, author of Bristol House
BOOK CLUB – The Liars’ Gospel by Naomi Alderman
The Attraction of Cults – Guest post by Peggy Riley, author of Amity & Sorrow
D.E.A.R. – April 2013
On Audiobook Week

Pick of the Month:

Considering the number of books I reviewed this month I should, by rights, only be picking one book here, but I read and reviewed so much this month that was truly phenomenal that I just can’t help myself. Here are my (far too many) picks of the month:




Other Books Read, Watch for Reviews:

Farewell, Dorothy Parker by Ellen Meister, narrated by Angela Brazil
Life after Life by Jill McCorkle, narrated by Holly Fielding (no review coming)
The House of Special Purpose by John Boyne, narrated by Stefan Rudnicki
Mrs. Robinson’s Disgrace by Kate Summerscale

Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout
The Other Typist by Susanne Rindell
Driver’s Education by Grant Ginder

Historical Fiction
Margot by Jillian Cantor
River of Dust by Virginia Pye
Dark Triumph by Robin LaFevers
Call Me Zelda by Erika Robuck

Burning the Page by Jason Merkoski

Note: Some of these books were provided to me for review.

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