March Reading List

One of my goals this year is to read all the physical books on my shelf, and this month I am trying to put a dent in my TBR list.

War and Peace

This book is chunky, and its like carrying a brick around in my handbag, but its pretty entertaining for the first 500 pages or so I have read. The only thing I am struggling with is that there is so many characters, and about 70 pages between each scene, and years pass in that time and I feel like it’s difficult to connect to the characters.

2)The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock by Imogen Hermes Gowar

I have heard mixed reviews about this books, but it is beautifully written so far! It is a historical fiction, which I don’t read a lot.

3)The Winter and the Witch by Katherine Arden

This is the final instalment of Katherine Arden’s Winternight trilogy, and I am excited and ready to cry!

4)A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

My boyfriend picked this book, and I have to be honest, it’s dense. Dickens was paid by the word- and it shows!

5)The Woman in the Window by AJ Finn

I was given this book by my boyfriends mum on holiday, and I have seen mixed reviews of it. So I am excited to read it and see what I think.

6)Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

I loved ‘American Gods’, so I have high hopes for this book.

7) The Shadows of Self by Branden Sanderson

I love the Mistborn world, and I have been meaning to read this new instalment for a while now. I love a good steampunk aesthetic, and the combination of fantasy and steampunk is beautiful!

8) The Daughter of Smoke and Bone- Laini Taylor

I have seen a lot of hype surrounding this book, and I have been meaning to read it for a long time, but I haven’t been bothered. I am hoping to be pleasantly surprised, but I honestly don’t have high hopes.

9)Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

I am slightly ashamed that I have not read this book before, it’s a cultural staple, and I am really excited to read it finally.

10)The Picture of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde

This is actually a re-read for me, I really enjoyed this book the first time around and I am excited to read it again and pick up bits I missed.

11)Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

The hype has gotten to me, I am finally giving it a go!

12)Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

The hype is everywhere…

13)The Princess of 72nd Street by Eliane Kraf

I picked this up in a used book store, and I have tried to start it a couple of times, but I can’t seem to get into it, I am hoping to give it a good try and appreciate it for what it is.

14) The New Tsar by Steven Lee Meyers

I love political books, and most of the ones I read are American or European centric, so I am excited to try something new and different.

What are you reading this month?

2 thoughts on “March Reading List

    1. Thank you! I just finished woman in the window, it was an interesting point of view of sure!
      I loved winter and the witch! The whole series was so beautiful and it was the perfect conclusion πŸ’•


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