April has finally arrived and hopefully Spring is on it’s way, although it’s not feeling very spring like at the moment!
I normally post my book of the month on the first day of every month, but unfortunately I haven’t been well and decided to take a short break from blogging, but I’ve finally got a round to choosing my book of the month.
For the third month running I’m determined to stick to there only being one book of the month, yet again this was an impossible task as I read so many books in March that I really enjoyed, but finally I narrowed it down to ONE book and here it is……..⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️
On My Life by Angela Clarke
Hells bells what an exciting and engrossing read On My Life by Angela Clarke turned out to be. If you love a prison drama, then look no further, it’s definitely dramatic, the vivid prison scenes depicted by the author give a sense of malevolence that radiate from its pages, it’s a book that’s fraught with tension. The author’s depiction of HMP Fallenbrook is so convincing it doesn’t take much imagination to sense the claustrophobic feel of the prison, the constant noise, the lack of privacy, a world where violence and fighting for survival going hand in hand. This book is more than a crime thriller, it’s a searing account of one woman’s journey through a failed Justice system. You can find my full review here…..#OnMyLife by Angela Clarke #MustReads #BlogTour @TheAngelaClarke @
A Gift For Dying by M.J.Arlidge @mjarlidge @MichaelJBooks #MustReads2019
#FourFeetUnder By Tamsen Courtenay @TamsenC_writer @unbounders #Recommended #TrueStory #Homeless
#NoLookingBack by Alex Kane #BlogTour #MustReads @AlexKaneWriter @HeraBooks @BOTBSPublicity
#DayOfTheAccident by Nuala Ellwood #BookReview @NualaWrites @PenguinUKBooks #Giveaway #SignedPaperback
An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen @greerkh @sarahpekkanen @panmacmillan #2019MustReads
#TheSting by Kimberley Chambers #MustReads2019 @
The Secret Child by Caroline Mitchell #CrimeSeries #MustReads @Caroline_Writes
Books I’m hoping to read in April
Although these books could change depending on my mood, also I have a few books sitting on my own TBR list that I’m desperate to read.
I’m so glad to see On My Life by Angela Clarke as your book of the month! My copy is nicely waiting to be read and now you’ve made me want to scrap my reading schedule, haha!
I loved Day of the Accident! I’ve also just added Little Darlings to my TBR! Happy reading, lovely Lorraine. Thinking of you lots!
Thanks Meggy you are in for a treat x
I completely agree! I’ve loved all of Angela Clarke’s books, but this one is something special. I’ll look forward to seeing your thoughts on Twisted – one of my favourites of the year so far.
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I’ve just bought Twisted in book form it’s on my kindle but I prefer reading a book tree copy 🙈
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So many good books to look forward to, I have a few of these and can’t wait to get tucked up with them. Fab post xx
Thanks Yvonne I have so many books I’m desperate to read, but there are never enough hours in the day/week/month/year 😂😂
Little Darlings is fantastic! So creepy though. Hoping to read a few of those April books myself x
Ohhhh that’s good to hear Vicki looking forward to reading Little Darlings x
Hi Lorraine, I am not sure how I came about your blog, but I am glad i did! Lovely to ‘meet’ you so to speak! I’m now following 🙂
Thank you and for the follow it’s much appreciated x