Monthly Wrap-Up: April 2018

Hello Book Lover! Wow, this month went real fast than I expected and read damn slow this month and wrote post almost half heartedly. It doesn’t feel good month for me. I was expecting to read at least one more book to make it little satisfying but I couldn’t. Weather is half to blame. It’s damn hot here and I still haven’t found my routine and comfort I was used to. So April looks like this- 


(at least I’m following this year’s goal – not posting everyday 😉 )


deadly spirits

Deadly Spirits (Mac McClellan Mystery #4) by E. Michael Helms

Stars: 4.5 /5

Thrilling, entertaining and will keep your mind busy with whodunit mystery. I enjoyed reading this book.

Horror / Thriller:


#BookReview: Mask Beneath Her Face by Rafael Chandler @shanannigans81

Stars: 4.5

perfect thrilling story perfectly executed with smart characters, lot of slashers, and so much blood

Thriller / Mystery:

The Weight Of Shadows

The Weight of Shadows (Shadow Series #1) by Karl Holton

Stars: 4.5/5 

fast paced, chilling and thrilling crime mystery with large but interesting cast



#bookreview: Bacon Pie by Candace Robinson, Gerardo Delgadillo @LITERARYDUST

Stars: 5/5

this was feel good, refreshing, and clean love story with festival feel that will entertain to all young adults.


The Fragile Thread of Hope by Pankaj Giri

Stars: 4/5

It was little slow but was definitely unique, interesting emotional roller coaster. 

Classics / Fiction:


Matilda by Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake (Illustrator)

Stars: 5/5

It was the best book I read this month. it turned out more amazing. Simply loved it. I highly recommend it.



I finished this book yesterday so I’m considering it April read. I will post review tomorrow.

Short Story:

Saturday Short-Story Review: The Boy by Nrupal Das

Stars: 3.5/5

story interesting, gripping and suspenseful but end and emotions were just okay. 


#Release Day #Blitz #Giveaway: Bacon Pie by Candace Robinson and Gerardo Delgadillo @literarydust

#BookBlitz: Feel Me Fall by James Morris @shanannigans81


#AuthorInterview: with Vinita Bakshi, author of #31Miles @vinisb4

#AuthorInterview with Susan Schaefer Bernardo @susanbernardo

#AuthorInterview: Monica Mujumdar Dixit, author of #AQuestforSpring  @monicadixit

Other Posts:

The Sunshine Blogger Award

How was your month in reading? What have you read? Do we share common books from this list? 

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Hi, I'm Yesha, an Indian book blogger. Avid and eclectic reader who loves to read with a cup of tea. Not born reader but I don't think I’m going to stop reading books in this life. “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”


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