Monthly Summary: April 2018

Welcome to another Monthly Summary on Pages and Tea.

What a month for reading.
I’ve completed four books and made a start on a fifth. I can’t remember the last time I read so much in a month. And I managed to write my reviews promptly too.

My reading has taken me to varied places this month…
I traveled on the Orient Express, and was very glad that Monsieur Poirot was on hand to solve a murder.
I ventured out into the Australian wilds and witnessed a supposed teambuilding event take a deadly turn.
From then on it all went a little Virtual Reality as I finally opened the first page on Ready Player One.
Yeah, I’ve been all over the place whilst reading this month. And for my latest? I was back on Sarn with Tor, Vintage and Noon as they do battle with the Jure’lia in The Bitter Twins.
It’s been a good month for reading.
I also found time for a Book Tag, and Top Ten Tuesday had a freebie week so I started to think about some of the many library books that I was sad to have to return.

Here’s what happened in April on Pages and Tea…

Book Reviews

          Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

          Force of Nature by Jane Harper

          Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

          The Bitter Twins by Jen Williams


Featured Posts

Booking Ahead

April 2018

Top Ten Tuesday

17th April – All The Library Books I was Reluctant to Return

Book Tags

The Book Courtship Tag


Reading Review

Reading Resolutions 2018

April Progress

Beat the Backlist Challenge Progress


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