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April TBR!

Hi guys, girls, and everyone in between! Happy Easter and April! I am doing things a little differently, so I can get out of my reading slump. So for this month I am only reading books that I am super hyped about that I have bought recently or a while ago. I will not be reading any review books.
So without further ado, here is my TBR for April.

I am currently taking a break from Mr. Ruins by Michael John Grist because I find myself not interested in the story. It's written really well so far, but the plot is not drawing me in to be honest. So I will pick it back up in May along with other review books.

I am currently reading Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. I bought this book because Jesse, from jessethereader, talks basically non-stop about this book and about how good it is. Also my boyfriend and some other friends read it and thought it was really good.

I am also currently reading Bound by Duty by Stormy Smith for the Read With Ben book club. I am really excited to continue reading this book. If I really enjoy it, I am going to buy the second book in the series called Bound By Spells.

Then I'm definitely picking up The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness. This is the first book in the chaos walking trilogy. I think it is a trilogy... Anyway this will be my TBR jar pick of the month.

Also in addition to that I am reading two books for my English class, which are Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury and I Am the Messanger by Markus Zusak. 

This is where it is a little different from other months. I'm going to have a list below that are some books I really want to read, but I am going to pick whatever I want to read after I finish a book so there is no pressure. So they are in no particular order.


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Thanks for reading and I hope you all have a great reading month!
  -Ashley <3

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