Wrap Up: April 2016 (and May TBR)

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Assassin’s Creed: The Fall by Cameron Stewart

Based off a video game of the same name. I’ve never played the game but I loved what this comic had to offer. Great artwork too! See review here.

Doctor Who: Code of the Krillitanes by Justin Richards

I thought the Doctor was slightly out of character at times but I loved how the author stuck with the Doctor’s desire to save everyone even if they were technically the bad guys. Emphasis on ‘desire’.

Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

I loved this book so much. I thought I was going to be creeped out but I wasn’t. Rainbow Rowell blew my mind yet again. My new favourite read by her. Review to come soon.

Raven by Lauren Oliver

It was nice reading this story from Raven’s point of view as she’s a pretty closed off character. I thought it’d be repetitive but it wasn’t.

Civil War by Mark Millar

My mind’s all over the place when it comes to this topic. I’ve picked a side, I’m standing by my decision. #TeamTony. Review to come soon.

Star Bastard by Andrew Clemson

New comic that just came out. Great start to a series and I’m anxious to see what the next issues hold for us. See review here.

Transient City by Al Onia

I got lost quite a few times while reading this and my conclusion is that it is average. There was nothing that held that ‘wow’ factor for me. Review to come soon.

Did I Mention I Love You? by Estelle Maskame

What I’ve learnt from this book is that it is bad to judge a book by its genre. I loved every page and finished this amazing story in a day! Review to come soon.

Ms. Marvel by G. Willow Wilson

I was so excited to get this comic because the idea of a muslim superhero made me so happy. I wanted to see how it all played out. This comic was extremely realistic and I loved it. See review here.

Captain America: The Death of Captain America Vol.1: The Death of the Dream by Ed Brubaker

I read this immediately after Civil War because ‘the show must go on’. I was a bit confused at first and that’s why I didn’t review this. I will review the complete collection once I’m done though.

The Space Between by Michelle L. Teichman

My ‘craving’ for contemporary went away while reading this book and it took me ages to finish this. I liked it well enough though. Review to come soon.

Total read in April: 11 Books



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  • Unfinished Books:

This section is not going to be done for a while and that’s okay. I’m a bit busy where reading is concerned but some time I’ll get through them all and this section will have a completely new set of books. :)


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  • Official TBR:

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  • Goodreads Genre Challenge: Boarding School


  • ARCS to get through:

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