Today, I will be sharing my March wrap up with you all, which is also my Trope-ical Readathon wrap up!
Here is my original TBR for the readathon. I didn’t read all of the books, and there were some prompts which I ended up reading different books for than I had put on my TBR, but I am happy with the ones I did manage.
In March, I managed to read a total of 6 books!
1 – Vampirates: Demons of the Ocean by Justin Somper
Readathon prompt: (Post) Apocalyptic OR A Comfort Read
Demons of the Ocean is my ultimate comfort read. Actually, ever since I was a child this entire series has been my comfort read. It doesn’t matter how many times I read it, I fall more and more in love with it.
2 – Viper by Bex Hogan
Readathon prompt: Platonic Partnership OR A Buddy Read
I read Viper with a few friends, and this was one of my favourite books of the month. I love a good pirate story and this one was fantastic! Review to come.
3 – Radar Girls by Sara Ackerman
Readathon prompt: Mixed media OR An Audiobook or E-Book
Radar Girls was the book I chose to read in March from my 12 Challenge books, and I had an e-book copy. This was an interesting read, and you can expect my review soon.
4 – Sins of the Father by Sharon Bairden
Readathon prompt: Absent/Dead Parent(s) OR A Book With More Than One Author
I read Sins of the Father for the BBNYA 2021 finalist tour. The main character, Rebecca, has an absent father who she doesn’t even know, and her mother died when she was young. I can’t stop thinking about this book!
5 – Dread Wood by Jennifer Killick
Readathon prompt: Bookish Themes OR A Predicted 5-Star Read
I read Dread Wood for the @The_WriteReads blog tour, and I had predicted it to be a 5-star read. My prediction was correct, because I loved this book! My stop on the tour is 16th April, so keep an eye out for my review that day.
6 – Matilda by Roald Dahl
This one wasn’t for the Trope-ical Readathon, but I read Matilda with my 4 year old daughter at bed time. I loved this story as a child, and Evelyn now loves it too, and it was such a lovely experience to read it together.
Which books did you read in March?
Which was your favourite of the month?
Have you read any of the books from my March wrap up?
Let me know in the comments!
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