Here is a recap of all the books I read this month!
Click the covers to open their Goodreads page.
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Dates listed are dates finished.
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban :: J.K. Rowling
- I ran out of time to read this one in March so here it is!
- Additionally, I am loving re-reading Harry Potter!
- Lost Voices :: Sarah Porter
- I liked it. It was an interesting take on mermaid lore. I will probably read the next one?
- Under the Never Sky :: Veronica Rossi
- I cannot recommend this enough!
- Possibly my favorite book this month!
- Clarity :: Kim Harrington
- 3.5 stars, really. The 1st half was 3ish and the 2nd half was 4. I will probably read the next one at some point because I like the characters.
- As You Wish :: Jackson Pearce
- This was super cute, guys. I knocked it out in a shift at work and 30mins at home. It would be a great summer read for when you want to lie in the sun and burn while reading. !
- Hammered :: Kevin Hearne
- For being a 3rd book in a series, this one starts out rather slow. I am happy I read it as for part of the story we are told tales in the POV of 5 other characters. It fit well in the context and it was cool to 'hear' other voices instead of Atticus for a bit. The second half of this one was much better than the first .
- Bloodfever :: Karen Marie Moning
- I liked it. I accepted Mac's world a lot faster this time and there wasn't a lot of drawn out catch up for those who skipped book one.
- Faefever :: Karen Marie Moning
- The pacing of this book was faster than the first two, or at least it felt like it. Also ending this book made me NEED the next one as if I am pri-ya* and this series is death-by-sex Fae. Woah.
- *This is a joke tied to a term the book series.
- Pride and Prejudice and Zombies :: Seth Grahame-Smith
- As an Austin Addict and a Darcy lover, this tale was such fun!! Plus it was a great easy read at work when you are constantly only getting bits of time to read.
- && Harry Potter
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
- by J.K. Rowling
What books have you read this month?
Please feel free to leave recs in the comments!