Tsunduku Taming – April

My Final TBR post for April. We have had all my ARCs in my State of the ARC post, I am not doing a Friend picks my TBR this month as I am hoping to catch up on my backlist ARCs as part of ARC April

I want to reduce My TBR as much as possible, I am aiming for at least 50% of the books I read this year to be from my owned books. I have aimed to do this through a series of Blog projects such as

CONQUER THE CLASSICS 
AGATHA CHRISTIE MYSTERIES
and the new for 2022:
TERRY PRATCHETT PROJECT

I have also found some fun Instagram challenges that I have adapted to suit me. The first being the Friends choose my TBR the being The A-Z Challenge:


The aim of this is to read books with titles starting with (or when prompted containing) that letter of the Alphabet. I am hoping to complete 2 letters a month, and them do a third if I am having a good reading month. and hopefully complete the whole alphabet this year. I do that will be 26 books off of my TBR shelves!

A-Z

I didn’t managed to finish my reads from last month I have rolled them over onto this month. I have started Among Thieves and I am still determined to read Black Sun.

Black Sun
Rebecca Roanhorse

My Choice for Prompt B

Cytonic
Brandon Sanderson

Skyward #3

My Choice for Prompt C

Defy the Night
Brigid Kemmerer

Defy the Night #1

My Choice for Prompt D

Tropeical Readathon: Love Triangles

Agatha Christie Project

Cards on the Table
Agatha Christie

Hercule Poirot #15

About the book:

Mr. Shaitana is famous as a flamboyant party host. Nevertheless, he is a man of whom everybody is a little afraid. So when he boasts to Hercule Poirot that he considers murder an art form, the detective has some reservations about accepting a party invitation to view Shaitana’s “private collection.”
Indeed, what begins as an absorbing evening of bridge is to turn into a more dangerous game altogether.

They Do it With Mirror
Agatha Christies

Ms Marple #5

About the book:

A man is shot at in a juvenile reform home – but someone else dies…
Miss Marple senses danger when she visits a friend living in a Victorian mansion which doubles as a rehabilitation centre for delinquents. Her fears are confirmed when a youth fires a revolver at the administrator, Lewis Serrocold. Neither is injured. But a mysterious visitor, Mr Gilbrandsen, is less fortunate – shot dead simultaneously in another part of the building.
Pure coincidence? Miss Marple thinks not, and vows to discover the real reason for Mr Gilbrandsen’s visit.

Terry Pratchett Project

The Colour of Magic
Agatha Chrsitie

Discworld #1

About the book:

On a world supported on the back of a giant turtle (sex unknown), a gleeful, explosive, wickedly eccentric expedition sets out. There’s an avaricious but inept wizard, a naive tourist whose luggage moves on hundreds of dear little legs, dragons who only exist if you believe in them, and of course THE EDGE of the planet…

Piranesi
Susanna Clarke

About the book:

In his notebooks, day after day, he makes a clear and careful record of its wonders: the labyrinth of halls, the thousands upon thousands of statues, the tides that thunder up staircases, the clouds that move in slow procession through the upper halls. On Tuesdays and Fridays Piranesi sees his friend, the Other. At other times he brings tributes of food to the Dead. But mostly, he is alone.
Messages begin to appear, scratched out in chalk on the pavements. There is someone new in the House. But who are they and what do they want? Are they a friend or do they bring destruction and madness as the Other claims?
Lost texts must be found; secrets must be uncovered. The world that Piranesi thought he knew is becoming strange and dangerous.

Other Reads

Amongst our Weapons
Ben Aaronovich

Rivers of London #9

About the book:

This next book in the bestselling UK series follows Peter Grant, an ordinary constable turned magician’s apprentice, as he solves crimes across London in a sensational blend of inventive urban fantasy, gripping mystery thriller, and hilarious fantasy caper.

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