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March 2021

Tigers, Not Daughters – Samantha Mabry

First of all, I’d like to thank Algonquin Young Readers for giving me a copy of this amazing book in exchange for an honest review. It was such an interesting story that had me reading with any spare second I had. The story was so different from anything I’d usually read, but I have to say that I really liked it!

New Moon – Stephenie Meyer

New Moon was a completely different experience reading the book than watching the movie. I actually really enjoyed this book, whereas this was my least favorite movie. I feel like this book is a lot more significant than I expected it to be, and it wasn’t just a filler for the storyline to continue.

Project Chimera: The Goat’s Body – S.H. Steele

If you’ve seen my review for Chimera’s Fire, the first book in this series, you’d know how excited I was to get my hands on this one! I was blown away with this story and how much I loved these characters. It was such a nice break from the fantasy I’ve recently been reading and I love how I was able to get completely lost in the story in only a matter of pages.

The Stolen Kingdom – Jillian Boehme

I want to start by thanking Netgalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange with an honest review. This book was really good, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. It was so easy to get into and I think it got me out of a bit of a reading slump too!

Twilight – Stephenie Meyer

I have always been a massive fan of the Twilight movies. As a teenage girl obsessed with romance, Twilight was my favorite and still is. The movies are cheesy and loveable, but, I had never read the books. With the release of Midnight Sun, I figured it was finally time to sit down and read the story of my favorite characters as they fall in love all over again.

A Dark and Hollow Star – Ashley Shuttleworth

I really enjoyed this book! It took me quite a while to get into it, possibly because I was in a book slump, however, the characters were so funny, the plot was intense and it was definitely my kind of mystery.

A Court of Silver Flames – Sarah J. Maas

Okay I have a ton of thoughts, theories and questions regarding this book. I spent the time this past month rereading the original trilogy and the A Court of Frost and Starlight novella, so I was so ready to get into this one and let me tell you, it was so worth it.

My March 2021 TBR

With March now upon us, I have a long TBR (to be read) to get through this month. A few of these are for reviews, and a few of them are for me and they’ve been on my list for ages! So, without further ado, let’s get into it!