On My April 2012 TBR

Inspired by Misty as usual.

Books Mentioned:

Ripper by Amy Carol Reeves
The Book Of Blood And Shadow by Robin Wasserman
Belles by Jen Calonita
172 Hours On The Moon by Johan Harstad
It’s Our Prom by Julie Ann Peters
The List by Siobhan Vivian
A Breath Of Eyre by Eve Marie Mont
Insurgent by Veronica Roth
Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris
The Calling by Kelley Armstrong
Glimmer by Phoebe Kitanidis
The Story Of Us by Deb Caletti
The Last Echo by Kimberly Derting
Thou Shalt Not Road Trip by Antony John
Thumped by Megan McCafferty
The Selection by Kiera Case
Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore

About April (Books&Wine)

April is 28 years old and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. In her free time she can be found reading, working out, or eating junk food. She often wears her sunglasses at night.

Comments

  1. I love that The Bachelor is not trashy enough reality TV for you. I’m curious about The Selection but the comparisons to The Bachelor (which I shamefully watch) scared me away for the time being. Agreed though: that’s one pretty dress.
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  2. *squee* Bitterblue!!! Such a great IMM week for you. I’m glad you’re reading it soon. When will you post your review? I’d love to know what you think, stat. 🙂
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  3. 172 Hours on the Moon looks super good! I can’t believe you wanted to go to Space Camp, though 😛
    Insurgent! ghsoagnrajivniajwvbkjadsbvipWNCVAL
    That’s pretty much how I feel 😛 I’m basically the opposite of Dauntless, though, I’m totally Amity.
    I’ve been hearing SUCH good things about Unraveling and I’m really looking forward to it. I didn’t realize it was so big until it started showing up in people’s IMMs though.
    I’m terrible, I still haven’t read The Body Finder. I’m pretty sure I’ll love it, but I just haven’t gotten to it yet. Considering Kimberly will be in my area soon I really need to get on that.
    Oooh Thumped. I really liked Bumped :]
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  4. The more historical fiction, the better. Seriously.

    No joke – my husband was LIVID the other day remembering his desire to go to space camp being dashed by his parents. He said even if we’re millionaires, we aren’t sending our kids because he didn’t get to go. I know, he’s awesome.

    In other news, you are a ham. And I LOVE IT.

    I am not keeping calm about Bitterblue. AT ALL. I needs it.

    Enjoy all of the books!
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  5. You look so pretty in this video!! I mean, you always look pretty, but you look especially pretty today! ;D
    The Book of Blood and Shadow is definitely on my wishlist. And I think there is a copy of Purity on the way to me, and though I’m excited (I like Jackson), I am also a little leery – I, too, am not at all religious. So I’m curious to see whether it wins me over.
    I still haven’t read Divergent. I need to get on that.
    God, I want to read, like, all of these.
    And no, I wouldn’t want to hook up with Rochester. I’d want to knee him in the balls. But I WOULD like to jump into Jane Eyre…

    You are cracking me up today. I think this is one of my fave videos of yours. Win!
    =D
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  6. I never got to go to Space Camp either! I really wanted to go after seeing the movie, “Space Camp”. I mean, they got to go into space! Awesome!

    Some fantastic books–I have so many NetGalley books that I need to read. And my TBR pile is big but not as big as yours!

    INSURGENT!! Go Team Erudite!! Brains before brawn! lol
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  7. NICE! You got some serious winners there, with Bitterblue, The Selection, Insurgent, and A Breath of Eyre. I’m looking forward to your reviews!
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  8. Should I start calling you July, then?
    (Sorry, the bad-joke-teller inside me had to, even though I usually try to crush her.)
    Glimmer cover is definitely awesome. And don’t worry: Brunettes are very fierce. 😉
    I hate love triangles as well. I can’t pity a main character who has to choose between two hot boys that love her…

    AH! Bitterblue! I don’t know how you’re NOT reading that. If I had Bitterblue so close, I wouldn’t be doing anything but reading.

    Don’t worry. I don’t think you’re a complete nutjob. 😉
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  9. I read The Calling and I loved it! I agree with you on how amazing Kelley Armstrongs writing is! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Here’s my April TBR!

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    ~Paige @ Comfort Books
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  10. I cannot wait to read your review of Bitterblue! Ahhhh Kristin Cashore is my favourite everything.
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  11. Bitterblue! Congrats on getting to read it early. Looking forward to hearing what you think of it. 🙂
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