April/May Wrap Up – Books


The Guest List by Lucy Foley – I started up a book club at work, and this was the first book we decided to read as a group. I figured a thriller was a good way to ease us all into reading and getting together to discuss a book. This was a decent thriller that had a few twists and turns along the way, which made for an easy and enjoyable read.
Honeybee by Craig Silvey – This was originally one of my April TBR reads that I had not yet gotten around to reading (and I am still finishing off February’s books, fml) but it was nominated for my work book club book of the month in May, so I picked it up. I read this over the course of a couple of days while on holiday back home in Perth, and it was the perfect vacation read. It was engrossing but easy to read, and the characters and their stories will stay with me for a very long time.
The Bluffs by Kyle Perry – This was my second vacation read for our holiday to Perth, (and another cheeky early read, as this was listed as one of my TBR books for March) and it ended up being an excellent choice. This was a moody thriller set in Tasmania that kept me guessing until the end. Definitely worth picking up if you want to read something you can lose yourself in, and you won’t want to put down.

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