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I’ve been craving more contemporary reads, and I’m currently reading One Summer In Paris by Sarah Morgan even though it’s probably not something I would normally read. We’ll see how things go! I’m also starting my final pending April ARC: The Girl In The Tree by Sebnem Isiguzel.


1. The Sign Of Four by Arthur Conan Doyle (4/5 stars) NO REVIEW
I won’t be writing a full review for this one, but I really enjoyed meeting up with Sherlock Holmes and Watson again. I still can’t believe I’ve never read the original series before! The Sign Of Four was short, but sweet and highly entertaining.

2. The Curious Charms Of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick (4/5 stars) REVIEW 21/04
The Curious Charms Of Arthur Pepper is a proper feel-good story and tearjerker in one, and without doubt the exact right read I needed in these strange times. The writing is wonderful and makes it really easy to keep turning those pages… I finished The Curious Charms Of Arthur Pepper in no time at all.

3. The Apartment by K.L. Slater (4/5 stars) REVIEW 20/04
Those who have read a K.L. Slater psychological thriller before will know that it is best to clear your schedule before you start reading one of her stories, because once you have read the first couple of chapters you won’t be able to stop. Her writing is engaging and highly addictive; one moment you sit down to start a new story, and the next suddenly hours have passed and you find yourself staring at that final page. The Apartment is no exception, and another excellently written, suspenseful and highly addicting read.

4. Meet Cute by Helena Hunting (2/5 stars) REVIEW 21/04
I was looking for a cute contemporary romance read to distract myself, and as soon as I saw Meet Cute I thought I had hit the jackpot. I was willing to forgive the sexy part as I really needed a romantic comedy in my life… But I guess the cover was completely false advertisement, as Meet Cute is mostly a considerably dark and depressing contemporary read which deals alternately with grief after the death of both parents in an accident and with a whole bunch of sexy scenes and cringeworthy ‘enemy to lover‘ trope cliches.

5. The Murder Game by Rachel Abbott (4,5/5 stars) BLOG TOURREVIEW 25/04
Look out for my review during my stop of the blog tour!

6. VOX by Christina Dalcher (3/5 stars) REVIEW 24/04
I’ve been meaning to read VOX for a long time now, and I was really curious to see how I would react to this story as I’ve seen mixed reviews. When I started reading I thought I was going to love this story as the writing was spot on for me and I have actually studied Wernicke’s aphasia as part of my Spanish philology degree… But sadly there were too many things that infuriated me, and that includes the love triangle and animal tests.

7. Broken Branches by M. Jonathan Lee (3/5 stars) REVIEW 27/04
I’ve seen this story mentioned in the past and couldn’t resist getting an ARC when I saw it on Netgalley… While I did like the writing, I found the actual story to be rather lacking, as there was no true plot to speak of and the characters were quite unlikeable. The idea of the curse is intriguing and I really wish both characters and the plot would have been more fleshed out. Beautiful writing did not make up for the fact that the story itself lacked development in both those areas… And the ending itself was quite unsatisfying as well.


I have two last Magical Readathon books and exams left pending: The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman and Woven In Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez. I might throw in another contemporary after that, but if I’m in the mood for more thrillers I will probably pick up my next pending ARC The Creak On The Stairs by Eva Bjorg Aegisdottir. I also finally have a new TBR jar pick: Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight. I’ve been wanting to read that one for a long time, so I’ll be looking forward to finally do so.


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