Welcome to my April Wrap Up. I had a great reading month, finishing 7 books (6 books off my TBR). I also received 4 ARC's this month, and I continued my new goal of reading 1 Shakespeare play, as well as 10 Brother's Grimm fairy-tales.

I have reviews up or coming up for these books so as usual this is just going to be a brief run down on each book I read.

Without further ado, let's get into my April Wrap Up..

The Price Of Paradise by Iain Overton: This book was amazing. It was an un-biased look at the suicide bomber and how these attacks have changed the world we live it. With insights from journalists, politicians, survivors and suicide bombers, this book is a must read for everyone.

Natives by Akala: This book was fascinating. I didn't know what to expect going into it, but I really enjoyed it. It was emotional and powerful while still being educational. I learnt a lot whilst reading this book and I know that it is going to stay with me for a long time. A must read book.

Wonder by R.J. Palacio: This book was wonderful. I had been putting it off think it would be too sad but boy was I wrong. This book was the perfect combination of heartbreaking and heart-warming and left me with the warm and fuzzies. I am so glad I finally read this book.

The Crossroads by Pamela Cook: I loved this book. The characters were fantastic and the way their stories wove together made for a heart-warming reading experience. I found myself completely absorbed in this story and I was sad that it had to end. I will definitely be reading more or Pamela Cook's works.

The Bad Mother's Book Club by Keris Stainton: This was a quick, easy read. There was a character for everyone and a situation that could easily be related to. I had some genuine laugh out loud moments whilst reading this book. If you are looking for a light, easy book then this is the book for you.

Devour by L.A. Larkin: This was an interesting read. I loved the idea of this book; the virus is actually pretty frightening when you think about it. I had some trouble with the different storylines taking place at the same time; it made it hard to care about any of them long enough to build a connection.

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah: This book was equal parts heart-warming and heartbreaking. I am a massive fan of Historical Fictions so I am not surprised by how much I loved this book. The setting was wonderful, the writing emotional and the characters believable. I will be re-reading this book many times in the future.

Shakespeare: I read 1 Shakespeare play in April. I read the following Shakespeare Play This Month:

The First Part Of King Henry The Fourth

Brother's Grimm: I am happy to say that I completed my goals of reading 10 Brother Grimm Fairy Tales in April. I read the following Tales this month:

The Three Green Twigs

Bearskin

The Devil's Sooty Brother

Frau Trude

Sleeping Beauty

The Godfather

Death's Messengers

Godfather Death

Lean Lisa

The Seven Swanbians

The Wise Servant

The Thief And His Master

Domestic Servants

The Water Life

The Ditmarsch Tale If Wonders

The Story Of Schlauraffen Land

That's it for my April Wrap Up. I hope you all had a great reading month. Let me know what you guys read this month in the comments section.

Until my May Wrap Up...

Happy Reading...

<3 Gem

Published by Geramie Kate Barker