If you are looking for a fun book that tells you in serious detail about outfits of the wealthy, then you should try out the Crazy Rich Asians series.
My Wrap Up for April Reads
Kakushi Goto is a successful manga artist for a rather raunchy series, one which he desperately doesn’t want his 10 year old daughter to find out about. Leaving the house every morning in his suit, Kakushi Goto hopes to avoid Hime Goto finding out about his big secret.
The month of May is the #AsaianReadathon, so here is my TBR for the month
Set during the first world war The Bronze Bear by Jerry A. Greenberg follows Fred Warrenton, a shy and intelligent boy, who at the age of 18 is drafted into the army. He quickly finds himself fighting on the front line in France, concerned not only for his life, but also those of his new friends. It is whilst behind the lines that Fred meets an older French lady who gives him a small bronze bear, telling him that it will protect him as long as he truly believes in its power. The Bronze Bear tells the story of a young man's journey to gain self confidence and to take steps towards what he wants in life.
Want a fun feminist read? One that make you want to fight back? Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu might be for you!
The world ended whilst Rick was asleep. Following a shoot out, Rick Grimes wakes from a coma alone in the hospital. He quickly realises that all has changed and humanity will never be the same again, something has infected the human race and made them monsters! With no knowledge beyond what Rick discovers, The Walking Dead takes you on a journey into the unknown that leaves you questioning who are the real monsters.
The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman in 50 words or less.
I'm so excited to take part in the Stay Home Reading Rush this weekend (16th - 19th April), and thought I would kick it off with the #stayhomereadingrush questions:
Welcome to rapid review, 50 words or less on Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff