March Wrap Up

You may or may not have noticed that I didn’t post my February Wrap Up. And that was because I read one book in February. ONE BOOK GUYS. But I was determined to turn things around in March and I did! I read a total of 8 books! *pats self on the back*

I have however been quite bad at blogging. If you would like me to review any of these books please leave a comment!

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1. Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys – review here!
2. Swan Boy by Nikki Sheehan – 4/5 stars
3. Iron to Iron (A Wolf by Wold novella) by Ryan Graudin – 5/5 stars
4. Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened byย Alexandra Brosh – 4/5 stars
5. You by Caroline Kepnes -4/5 stars
6. The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski – 4/5 stars
7. Impulse by Ellen Hopkins – 4.5/5 stars
8. Kindred Spirits by Rainbow Rowell – 4.5/5 stars

I’m so sorry I haven’t been posting much but I have a few posts lined up now so you’ll be seeing more from me soon.

What have you read this month? What was your favourite read?

xxx

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11 thoughts on “March Wrap Up

    • reflectionofthebooks says:

      I liked it but I can definitely see how it’s not for everyone. I couldn’t stop reading it since page one! If you found it too slow, it doesn’t really get any more “exciting” though :/ I mean, it does for a bit towards the end, but it really is just for a bit! xxx

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  1. Deborah @Hillsofbooks says:

    Winner’s Curse has been on my TBR shelf for years now and I am hoping to finally get around to reading it in the next few weeks of holiday – with the finale being published I figured it was time to read the series.

    March wasn’t a great month reading wise for me but I read two great books: An Ember in the Ashes and The Queen of the Tearling, both of which I have been debating about reading for a while and I am so glad I decided to give them a try.

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    • reflectionofthebooks says:

      omg I love An Ember in the Ashes!!! sooo good! I have yet to read The Queen of the Tearling but I’ve only heard great things about it. xxx

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  2. Sarah says:

    Yay, you read lots!! Did it feel good to get back into reading after not reading much in Feb? Would you recommend ‘You’ ? I mean, how creepy is it?! I have it on my Kindle, but I’m a bit scared to start it hahaha. I read The Girl on the Train, which is a mystery/thriller and really enjoyed it (actually couldn’t put it down!) – which was a surprise, because I get scared easily and I was unsure if I’d like it. I think I’m okay with mystery/psychological thrillers, but as soon as it goes into horror or gore, then it’s a no-no! xox

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    • reflectionofthebooks says:

      Yes! I’m so pleased with the amount I read and I’m in a really good reading mood now that I just feel like reading EVERYTHING! hahah well it’s pretty creepy. I mean, I heard it was creepy and had tons of adult content in it before I started reading but I was still pretty shocked in the beginning as I’m not used to reading so much of that. But I got used to it as the book went on and it was great! There’s no horror or gore but there is A LOT of adult content! If the story interests you and you don’t mind adult content, I would definitely recommend it though. I wand to read more of these types of books now and I’ve been thinking of getting “The Girl in 6E” as I’ve heard such great things about that one. xxx

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