Fictionophile’s APRIL 2022 #BookHaul #Bookbloggers #TBR

I’ve added FIVE review commitments to my TBR this month.

(All book descriptions are linked to Goodreads.)

I received ALL FIVE of these titles from NetGalley.


Delighted to receive this ARC of Backman’s conclusion to the Beartown trilogy. At a whopping 688 pages, it looks like I’ll have some enjoyable reading ahead!


Looking forward to meeting up with Boyle and Keneally in this their third outing…


I’ve read one other of this author’s titles and really enjoyed it. Looking forward to this stand-alone by her.


I loved this author’s “Death Of A Mermaid” and was excited to see a character from that novel is prominent in this one! Welcome back D.I. Toni Kemp!


Vincent Panettiere is a ‘new to me’ author. This was a NetGalley ‘Read Now‘ title and I succumbed to temptation.


AND…. I was the winner of a draw that was held on Steph Broadribb’s author newsletter! I received a paperback copy of her latest novel “Death In The Sunshine” as well as a matching pen!

Do any of these titles sound good to you?

Are any of them on YOUR TBR?

 

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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17 Responses to Fictionophile’s APRIL 2022 #BookHaul #Bookbloggers #TBR

  1. Carla says:

    I also have The Winners and Her Child’s Cry to read. Death in the Sunshine sounds like a good one, congratulations on your win, Lynne.

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  2. I just can’t with the kidnapped little girl who doesn’t even have her panda bear.

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  3. Joyousreads says:

    Oh gosh a new Fredrick Backman novel! Jealous. ❤

    I hope you'll enjoy these!

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  4. You’ve got a lot of good reading ahead of you. Are Backman’s novels usually real long?

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    • No Neil. His novels are usually around 350 pages, or an average length. This is the final novel in his Beartown trilogy. I guess he just wanted to tie up any and all loose ends with his characters. I absolutely LOVE his work, so would read it even if it was thousands of pages long.

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  5. Congratualtions on your win Lynne. I hope you enjoy it and the others too!

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  6. I was also surprised at the length of the last Beartown book… not like Backman, but hey… you never know with him…

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  7. Carol says:

    I’m sooo jealous you have Winners!

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