Each of the books I read in April, organized by mood. I’ve linked my more in-depth reviews wherever possible!
- For that day when you need a reminder to just chill out: In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It by Lauren Graham
- For a story that will make you grateful for all the things not going wrong in your life: The Rules Do Not Apply by Ariel Levy
- For a nonfiction read to make you nostalgic for your high school theater glory days: Drama High by Michael Sokolove
- For a short story collection that feels like binge-watching TV: You Think It, I’ll Say It by Curist Sittenfeld
- For a memoir that will have you picking your jaw up off the floor again and again: Educated by Tara Westover
- For a novel-reading experience that feels like a form of 2018-specific therapy: The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer
- For a creepy NYC thriller that will make you want to delete all forms of social media and throw your phone out the window: Social Creature by Tara Isabella Burton
- For a meandering read that takes its time through an Upper West Side neighborhood: Alternate Side by Anna Quindlen
2 thoughts on “April 2018”
I kove the mood for each book. Really gives a feel for what it’s like, and without spoilers!
You read some great ones this month! Loved Female Persuasion, You Think It, and Educated. Was pretty lukewarm on Alternate Side even though I love Anna Quindlen.