Monthly Wrap-Up || March 2020

March. So March happened. It actually did end. Our world right now may be tumultuous but I hope you’re all finding solace in reading. On top of the current world situation I moved to a new place but I did manage to read my regular average amount of reads a month, 10 books! March brought me my weirdest read of 2020 so far, my favourite read of 2020 so far and a book I’ve been waiting a decade to read.

I’m continuing to do wrap up videos on IGTV (Instagram TV) to add a different type of media to talk even more about books so head over to Instagram to check it out!

As always click on the cover to read my full review, if I did not review it you’ll find yourself on goodreads instead where you can peruse other reviews.

Total Books Read: 10
Average Rating: 3.6
Total Pages Read: 3, 576


Rating: ★★★★.5

Would I read again? Yes, I can’t wait to revisit this book someday.

There was a sense of beauty with every word this author wrote. I felt like I was wading through a warm pool of salt water.

Rating: ★★★

Would I read again? If I’m in the mood for a weird read!

Vacuuming in the dark is such a dark and effective metaphor for people in their 20s. Stumbling around in the dark trying to figure out their life and future. 

Rating: ★★

Would I read again? No

The Night Country definitely came up short. I loved The Hazel Wood but did not enjoy this book at all.

Rating: ★★★.5

Would I read again? No, but only because it’s one of those read it shelve it.

Learned a lot about space and time in this fictional story.

Rating: ★★★★

Would I read again? Yes

A queer-ific adventure! Vivid descriptions had me incredibly immersed in this story.

Rating: ★★★

Would I read again? Maybe

Super cute fun read with some serious bits.

Rating: ★★★★

Would I read again? Yes

Anything with Baba Yaga in it and I’m happy reader.

Rating: ★★★.5

Would I read again? Maybe

A super cute fun read that bookstagrammers can relate to!

Rating: ★★★★★

Would I read again? Yes!

This was honestly one of the most perfect reads I’ve ever experienced. I cannot wait to finish the trilogy.

Rating: ★★★

Would I read again? No

Kind of an average read. I was entertained but that’s about it.


Bone Criers Moon by Kathryn Purdie|| Indigo Teen Staff Pick March 2020

The Historian || 30 Before 30


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