March Wrap Up | 2021

Hello, book lovers! 💕

I’m back with an actual book-related post today. Which is exciting even if it is a wrap up of another month. I swear I say this every month, but this month feels like it flew by for me.

Though I don’t feel like I had an amazing reading month, looking back I did end up reading 6 books, but one I had started in February. So really 5 and a half books. And that’s pretty good for me, even if I feel like I didn’t read that much.

That might be because a couple of the books I read were comics and a couple were audiobooks. So I was able to get through them relatively quickly.

But without any further ado, let’s get onto the books that I read in March!

The first book I finished this month was Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert. I had started this book in February, so I knew I needed to finish it this month. And I’m so glad I did! I ended up loving it, and I already bought the next book about Chloe’s sister Dani. I’m really curious about how that one is going to be, though I’m sure it’ll be a lot of fun considering it’s by Talia Hibbert, and the first book was really good. I have a review of this book up if you’re interested in knowing more of my thoughts.

Then came the biggest book I read this month. A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas. I decided to listen to this one on audiobook considering the book itself is almost 800 pages. I knew if I had read the physical book, it’d take me all month to get through. Plus, I enjoy listening to Sarah J. Maas’ books on audiobook. I’ve done that for a majority of her previous books, and it’s always been an enjoyable experience. This one was no different. Again, I have a review of this book if you’re interested in my thoughts on it. I don’t normally do reviews for sequels, but I felt like I needed to talk about this one.

After reading that behemoth of a book, I decided to pick up the next volume of Lumberjanes by Noelle Stevenson. And that was volume 4. I had planned on reading more volumes in this series this month but it was a weird reading month for me since I wanted to read but I also wanted to draw and play Stardew Valley.

Which brings me to the next few books that I read, or well, listened to. I was still in an audiobook mood after reading A Court of Silver Flames.

So I decided to pick up Beneath the Sugar Sky, book 3 in the Wayward Children’s series by Seanan McGuire. It was short and fun and just what I needed at the time. If you’re not aware, this series basically follows different children who have gone to different worlds then have come back and couldn’t adapt to their old lives. It’s kind of like Narnia in the sense that some of the children go through doorways to these new worlds. The world in this book reminded me a lot of Candyland. And it was a lot of fun. I was able to listen to it in one sitting pretty much.

The last two books were rereads for me. I make it a goal every year to reread the Harry Potter series. And it’s been a while since I read them so I thought now was as good a time as any. Though I was only planning to listen to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. I also ended up listening to The Chamber of Secrets as well. Because why not? Even with all of the controversy surrounding this series and JK Rowling in general, I still find happiness in these books.

I’m still in the middle of reading The Dating Plan by Sarah Desai. I actually haven’t picked it up in a while because I really haven’t been in the mood to read. Like I’ve said, I’m more in the mood to draw or play Stardew Valley. So that’s most likely going to be pushed to my April TBR because I do really want to read it.

So there you have it. Those are the books that I read in the month of March. What did you read in March? Have you read any of these books that I mentioned? I’d love to chat about them in the comments below!

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Published by The Reading Addict

I am a twenty-something-year-old who is an avid reader. I love anything from young adult fantasy to adult fiction to young adult contemporary. I also love to play video games and draw and watch movies and TV shows. And this is my safe space where I can gush about everything I love.

2 thoughts on “March Wrap Up | 2021

  1. I absolutely loved Silver Flames! It was so different to the others in the series so I know some people didn’t love it but I was addicted! I read it in a day despite it being so huge!

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