- Charlotte's Web by E. B. White ~ 4/5
- The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo ~ 4/5
- The Boyfriend List: 15 Guys, 11 Shrink Appointments, 4 Ceramic Frogs, and Me, Ruby Oliver by E. Lockhart ~ 4/5
- The Boy Book: A Study of Habits and Behaviors, Plus Techniques for Taming Them by E. Lockhart ~ 4/5
Looks like I was pretty much satisfied with all the titles for March, giving all of them 4 stars out of 5!
I also managed to finish Table For Two by Marla Miniano (a local book, yay!), to which I gave 3/5 stars. Not bad, either. ;)
Now, on to the books for April! :)
This month, I'm reading two Kindle editions and one print book, so instead of my usual photo with the actual books, here's a collage of their covers:
- Nocturnes by Kazuo Ishiguro ~ One of my most favorite authors, ever. I am completing his works, all of which I intend to read within the year. ;) My copy is my "trial" order from Book Depository. :)
- American Gods by Neil Gaiman ~ Another super-favorite. It's high time I read his bestselling novel of all time (so some say), especially with all the hullabaloo surrounding this particular full-length work.
- Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte ~ One of the classic works I've been meaning to read, but haven't had inspiration to pick up until my book club designated it for this month's face to face discussion book. Incidentally, Tina, who hosts this reading challenge, is also tasked to moderate the discussion. Looking forward to it! :)
I decided to have an early head start on Jane Eyre, as this is a chunkster and would definitely take up a lot of reading time. Currently, I'm at 44% of the (free) Kindle edition. I'm also hoping to squeeze in A Storm of Swords after these 3 titles, so I could somehow clear up my currently reading shelf. Holy Week is a good opportunity to make a dent on the TBR list, so I'm crossing my fingers that, between my motherly and wifely duties, I can find time for leisurely reading. :)
How about you? What books comprise your reading list for April? :)