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READING UPDATE: LONDON, CERVANTES, LE CARRE AND ESQUIEVL

Today I'll share with you a reading update. If you know me, you know that I adore reading. So, here are some of the books that I read in April. Some of these authors were new to me, some I have read before. I was planning to do an April reading recap, but I read so many books it is probably better to break these reviews in a couple of post. My reading goal for this year is 100 books. If you want to know how to read more, check out my 7 reading strategies that will transform you into a reader.



LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE, A NOVEL BY LAURA ESQUIVEL 4/5
This was my first novel by Laura Esquivel. I've been eyeing this book for a while. When I read a recommendation for Like Water for Chocolate written by a fellow blogger, I decided that I better buy it while I can. This is a beautiful and potent love story of Tita, the youngest daughter in the family. Born in a kitchen, Tita grows up to be a master chef, a real artist in the kitchen. This novel reflects that, as every chapter is predat…