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April TBR: Thanks for the recommendations!!

Hey y’all!

I have a plan again this month, for the first time in what feels like a long time. ^.^ And it’s mostly thanks to all of y’all! I got so many great recommendations from people when I was asking where all the good books have gone, since I’ve mostly okay reads this year… but nothing outstanding.


Because now I have a list of books to read through that are promised by at least some people to be great! (Plus they’re mostly books already on my shelves, so even better 🤣)

Thanks for the suggestions ^.^

A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay: recommended by Jyvur Entropy
(in all honesty I already finished this one because yeah it was that good)

We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson: recommended by Sam
(this one has been on my shelf for years and I just never got far enough into it!!)

Dune by Frank Herbert: recommended by Kevin Hall
(maybe it’s time I finally commit to this classic!)

Legendborn by Tracy Deonn: recommended by Mei-Mei
(a book I was excited for but still haven’t read yet)

Other books!

These are just some other books I plan to read for whatever reason. (Although, again… People We Meet on Vacation is actually already done!) The Lantern Boats by Tessa Morris-Suzuki is a recent release about 1950s Japan and spies after the war and stuff. I guess The Mermaid of Jeju by Sumi Hahn last month got me on a Korean-war period kick. “Songs for Spring” is another collection from Sarojini Naidu, whom I fell in love recently.

So that’s the plan! Thanks again to all the recommendations y’all. Keep em’ coming, because so far they’re all looking fab!


Reader, traveler, photographer, and always looking to learn!

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