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April 2017- Wrap Up

    April 2017 Wrap Up.

I can’t believe we are in May already? The year keeps flying by too quickly!! For the majority of last month, we were reading almost every day with the occasional breaks for school/university related assignments. For our April TBR, we managed to get through 6 books!

Let’s get into the books that we read!


1. Everything Everything, by Nicola Yoon.

4/5 stars.

Everything, Everything has quickly become one of our favourite books in YA literature! Everything, Everything focuses on a young woman’s self- discovery of herself and adapting to her world around her. Nicola Yoon has done an amazing job in portraying the likeness of her characters making them more imaginable and relatable to everyday teenagers.

To find out more, read our review here!


2. We Are Okay, by Nina LaCour.

4/5 Stars.

After falling in love with this absolutely beautiful cover, we couldn’t wait to start flipping through pages. This was an extremely fast read which focused on forgiveness, hope     and coming to terms with the past.

To find out more, read our review here!

r13.  Replica, by Lauren Oliver

4/5 Stars.

Replica, by Lauren Oliver does an amazing job demonstrating the difference between the inner struggle with our outer appearances. It’s unusual to find a book that gives you a choice regarding reading experience, and Replica does this remarkably!

To find out more, read our review here!

red queen 2 #4. Red Queen, by Victoria Aveyard.

5/5 Stars.

We were truly impressed by Victoria Aveyard’s writing style throughout the novel. We would come across a passage and the words would be electrifying! We fell in love with the characters over the course of this novel.

To find out more, read our review here!

ray of life edited pic5. Ray of Light, by Elle Scott.

5/5 stars.

The way this book was set out with distinctive character perspectives raised important issues in which created great plot twists. We just couldn’t put this book down and we felt that we were on this fantastic and unforgettable adventure along with the characters!

 To find out more, read our review here!

the call 26.  ‘The Call’ by Peadar O’Guilin.

4/5 stars.

We loved ‘The Call’ and it’s unique, thrilling horrors which allowed our adrenaline to run wild! It’s also a beautiful book in the way it manages to portray love and that it never loses hope.

To find out more, read our review here

What were your favourite reads from last month?

Until next time,

Georgia and Morgan.

                                                                                                                     ~ Pocket Full of Pages.


Welcome to the reading adventures of Pocket Full of Pages! Our names are Morgan & Georgia.We are book lovers and new time book bloggers!📚 This blog is home to book reviews, discussions and excessive fangirling – follow for all this fun and more. Happy reading, xx.

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