My March TBR Pile

February was one heck of a month. A lot of bad happened and some good too…March hasn’t started off that much better but I’m optimistic it will improve. I have really enjoyed the books I’ve been reading. This month has a great selection and I’m really excited to escape reality into these books. Here’s a look at the month…

Pile of Books

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This is a rather small pile but I’m not wanting to feel stress these days. I’ve been reading at a slower pace so figured this was manageable. I think I’ll begin with Magonia. I’m so exciting and hope it lives up to my expectations. Have you read it yet?

Upcoming Posts for March

  • March 3- Blog Tour for A Darker Shade of Magic by Victoria Schwab
  • March 5- Blog Tour for The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski
  • March 10- Interview with Lauren DeStefano
  • Reviews for Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver, Stone in the Sky by Cecil Castellucci, The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows and more.

Comments

    • says

      Thank you Michelle! I hope you enjoy them 🙂 I’m so excited for Loop–I’ve heard all good things. I really liked Death Sworn so I’m very optimistic about the sequel.

    • says

      I’m about mid-way through Magonia and it’s very strange. I’ll be curious to hear what you think. I’m liking it and I might love it? But I also don’t exactly know how I feel. We’ll see how the last half is. Mechanica has the prettiest cover.

  1. says

    I’m hearing AMAZING stuff about Magonia. And I have no idea what it’s really about yet so I’m going to go study the synopsis, hehe, and I can’t WAIT for your review. I haven’t even heard of the other books. Gosh. I feel a bit out of the loop for 2015 new releases, but I’m trying to read some older books this year. Like I just finished The Giver and I’m on to The Help! OLDIES. But so golden still.

    • says

      I’ve never read The Help! How is it? I’ve heard a lot about it so I’ll be curious to hear your thoughts. I enjoyed The Giver a lot.

      I’m half way through Magonia and it’s so strange, written beautifully and really creative. Some of it goes a bit far on the odd (and maybe cheesy?) side.

  2. says

    I’m sorry February was bad for you sweetie :\ Fingers crossed March will be much better. <3 And yay for reading great books this month sweetie 😀 I haven't read any of them, but have peeked at Death Marked, and I AM SO UPSET. I wouldn't recommend reading it :p but curious to see what you think ;p Happy reading Kristen. <3

    • says

      OH NO. Now I’m terrified about Death Marked O.O I’m a bit more curious about it now after knowing it upset you. I’m scared but I have to know why!! I’ll be DMing you after I read it.

    • says

      Pili- so far it’s very creative, written beautifully but a little bit of it is so strange I’m not sure…it might veer on cheesy? I’m half-way so we’ll see how the last half is. There are some parts I absolutely ADORE.

    • says

      Yay! I can’t wait to hear what you think of Magonia. I’m halfway and don’t know anyone that’s read it yet! Thank you! I agree…it’s okay to take it slower and take your time.

    • says

      I am enjoying Magonia but it’s pretty strange, creative and I really like the writing. I’ll be so curious to see what you think. I’ve reached a section that’s taking me a bit to get into.

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