March was a month filled with studies, spontaneous catchups with friends, and washing dishes at work! All in all, considering how busy I was, I’m surprised I managed to read this much!
I read 13 books in March!
Pgymalion (George Bernard Shaw) – 5 // 5
Their Fractured Light (Amie Kaufman) – 3 // 5
Finding Audrey (Sophie Kinsella) – 1 // 5
The Life of Charlotte Brontë (Elizabeth Gaskell) – 5 // 5
Sink, Drift or Swim (Michelle Dennis Evans) – 4 // 5
Wonder Woman (Leigh Bardugo) – 3 // 5
Illuminae (Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff) – 5 // 5
Gemina (Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff) – 5 // 5
The Island (Olivia Levez) – 3 // 5
Paper Butterflies (Lisa Heathfield) – 3 // 5
Rebel of the Sands (Alwyn Hamilton) – 3 // 5
Uncle Tom’s Cabin (Harriet Beecher Stowe) – 5 // 5
We are All Completely Beside Ourselves (Karen Joy Fowler) – 3 // 5
about the books …
There were lots of fantastic books this month! My favourites included The Life of Charlotte Brontë … someone remind me to read more Elizabeth Gaskell, please! She’s fantastic and isn’t talked about enough, in my opinion.
I also loved my reread of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. This book is fantastic in every way, and I picked up quite a few new things this reread … including the scathing comments that the author had for the Northern states. Her comments on slavery were really quite extraordinary for the time!
I also finally finished the Starbound trilogy by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner. They were fantastic, and I’m glad I read them! Amie Kaufman is definitely one of my favourite YA authors.
some happy things that happened in March!
- Three happy happy birthday parties, all filled with laughter and happiness and theological debates!
- Seeing Aladdin!! In the theatre!! WOW it was good!!
- Playing games with friends xx
- wonderful, wonderful church friends who make sure I keep trying ❤
Thanks so much for reading! Hopefully April will be a good reading month – I can feel it’s going to be already!
How’s reading going for you?