March Reading Wrap-Up! | 2021

Oh boy, this is late. Are we surprised? I *am* a little surprised. I went into April FULLY expecting to have more time on my hands and, quite frankly, I’m insulted by how busy I was. So here we are, doing my March wrap-up when I sort of need to start writing April’s!!

I hope March treated you well, wherever you are in the world! I thought I had an average reading month in March but when I look back on everything I did conquer, I’m quite impressed. I had a solid dalliance in non-fiction, as you’re about to see, which took me by surprise. It’s a genre I’m liking more and more to explore! But one can’t have too many non-fictions without some dragons to spice things up.

On the whole, I did enjoy what I read but one notable disappointment was Game Changer by Neal Shusterman. You can read my full review of Game Changer to see what it was about this that didn’t work for me, but in short, I found this book problematic. November 9 also presented some problems and once again my full review is available on my blog. But otherwise, smiles all round!


GAME CHANGER
neal shusterman

Rating: 2 out of 5.

MERCURIAL
naomi hughes

Rating: 4 out of 5.

NOVEMBER 9
colleen hoover

Rating: 3 out of 5.

IN CONTROL
jane monckton-smith

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A HEAP O’ LIVIN’
edgar a. guest

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Statistics

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Pages read

Total: 1,569 pages


2 thoughts on “March Reading Wrap-Up! | 2021

  1. Great wrap up! It’s a shame that you didn’t like Game Changer though! I still have that sitting in my Netgalley account. I loved his Scythe trilogy so I was excited to read it but for some reason I haven’t even started it yet! Seems to have a lot of mixed reviews too!

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