Well another month has come and gone. This year is both moving quickly and slowly at the same time. Maybe I am trapped in some sort of time loop? Nah, just having the normal ups and downs in my life.
I did manage to read 12 books this month. A little low for me I admit, but two of the books I read were over 800 pages each, which kind of counts as four 400 page books, right? For the most part I enjoyed all of my books this month with only a couple that were duds for me.
An Impossible Imposter was just as delightful as the rest of the series. I love the main characters and the mystery is always wonderful as well. This is a must read series if you love historical mysteries.
Just Haven’t Met You Yet was a lot of fun. Loved the characters and the setting. The ending was also quite delightful.
Fevered Star was awesome! I can’t wait to see where this goes next. Love the characters, the world building and the whole story is just amazing.
League of Liars was also great! Such an interesting world and a really good mystery and story. I am still hoping there is a sequel as there was a lot left hanging at the end.
Rebel Angels was pretty good. Kind of long though. I still enjoyed the characters and the setting as well as the fantasy elements in it.
I so enjoyed Court. I am still enthralled by the characters and the whole fantasy world the author has created. I am looking forward to the next one coming out in the summer.
Pay Dirt Road was a slight disappointment. The writing was a bit rough and disjointed and the big reveal fell really flat.
Beyond the End of the World was a sequel to a book I enjoyed last year. It was a really good story with a very interesting world and solid characters.
The Sweet Far Thing was way too long and slow, with too many plots to keep track of. By the time I got to the end I had given up caring about the characters and the story as a whole. Still not sure why I did finish it.
Fall of the Argosi was the second book about Ferius Parfax and I liked it more than the first one. Such a great story and mystery with a little bit of first love romance thrown in.
Timekeeper was a really sweet story with a very interesting take on time. Set in an alternate Victorian London that had some great myths woven in about time and other gods.
Overall I quite enjoyed my reading this past month. I have some more good books lined up for April that I am really looking forward to. Hope your reading is going well too. Happy Spring!