Hello Booklovers! Today’s post is my March TBR! I am still just so shocked that we are in March already! Anyone else? Life is just moving far to fast for me to catch up right now lol!
Anyway, lets get to it, I have compiled a bunch of books I want to get to in March, hopefully I can get through them!
1 – The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon
Obviously I’m hyped for this book -there are dragons, and I am currently about 440 pages into it! So far I’m really loving it, and can’t wait until you all read it too! I won’t talk about it until I upload my review this month, but even then I will be leaving it spoiler-free. All I’m going to say is this book is meeting my expectations so far!
2 – Crown of Feathers by Nicki Pau Preto
This is an arc I received through NetGalley and I am slowly chugging through it, so I’m planning on finishing it up quickly.
3 – Once and Future by Amy Rose Capetta & Cori McCarthy
This is another arc I am planning on getting through quickly, and am super excited for! Who doesn’t love the idea of a King Arthur retelling!
4 – The Extinction Trails by S. M. Wilson
This is a recommendation from a friend (who incidently is dinosaur mad!) and I thought since it’s sat on my shelf why not? The fact that it’s pitched as The Hunger Games meets Jurassic Park seems epic to me, and I’m hoping I love it as much as others in the community.
5 – Red Rising by Pierce Brown
I figured I am about the last person to read this, and that situation needs remedying urgently! I’ve heard such good things, and honestly don’t read enough Sci-Fi (although I do enjoy it).
6 – Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Quite honestly I don’t know why I haven’t read this yet, it has sat on my shelves neglected for far too long, but this month I hope to see what the fuss is all about!
So that is my March TBR if I am able to work my way through this I do have another few to pop onto the list, but for now I aim not to be overly ambitious!
Have you read any of the books above? Probably, considering I am the last one to the party on a few! Let me know in the comments below what you thought of any of these books, or let me know what you are planning on reading this month.