Monthly Wrap up – March 2020

Well another month has come to a close and what a month it has been! Things have been crazy for everyone, but I really think that things will turn around eventually and get back to normal. I hope that you are all healthy and staying safe.

Even though I have been working from home for the past two weeks, I have managed to keep up with the reading. I read fourteen books, which is pretty standard for me. All of them were pretty good, although some were not quite what I was expecting. I decided to present them in the order that I have read them this month.

I enjoyed Super Adjacent. It wasn’t exactly what I was expecting, but it was a really good book.

The Hand on the Wall was exceptionally good. I really wished I had taken the time to reread the first two books though.

Screwed was hilarious, I wish there were more books about Daniel McEvoy. Two was certainly not enough.

Unravel the Dusk was quite different from the first book, but I still really enjoyed it.

The List of Things That Will Not Change was a wonderful MG book about family and hope.

The Marrow Thieves was an interesting story. I wanted there to be a bit more though.

Frankly in Love was not quite what I was expecting, but it was amazingly good and was possibly my favorite this month.

Chosen Ones has some interesting twists, and some great characters.

Hold Me Closer, Necromancer was really good. I thought it was a new to me book, but was surprised about half way through when I remembered that I had read it before.

No Country for Old Gnomes was hilarious. Lots of Lord of the Ring references and new wonderful characters.

Maya and the Rising Dark was another wonderful MG book in the modern mythology genre, this one based on African gods and goddesses.

Well Met was a wonderfully funny romcom that often had me laughing out loud.

Deeplight certainly was a Frankenstein meets Twenty Thousand Leagues. It was amazingly well done. I hope to have a review up soon.

The Toll, what a perfect ending to this series. Loved it!

So, that was my March. How was yours? What was your favorite book last month?


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