Post A Day May: Favorite Reads of April

Hey y’all! I’m back with another post for Post A Day May! April was an interesting reading month for me. I would have spurts where it was all I wanted to do and then I would go days without picking up a book. It’s okay because I still managed to finish 14 books for the month.  Here are all of the books I completed in the month of April, if there is a full review I will link it on the list:

Out of all of these my favorites was definitely Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway and Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson. I have already talked about Emmy & Oliver in a review which is linked above. This was exactly the kind of contemporary I didn’t know I was craving. It was a YA contemporary with a little bit of a heavier topic. It’s well written and I absolutely cared for the characters with all of my heart.

Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson is a thriller that I touched on in this week’s wrapup (linked here).  It follows Kate who does an apartment swap with her cousin and on the day she moves in her neighbor is found dead in their apartment. This book had me on the edge of my sleep and yelling “NO WAY” as I was listening to it on audio. It was intriguing and fast paced and it kept you guessing the whole time. I see why Peter Swanson is a lot of people’s favorite thriller writers. This was just the break I needed from all of the heavy fantasy and sci-fi I was reading.

What was your favorite read of April? What are you excited to get to this month? Let’s chat in the comments. 

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Tasha

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