Below is a list of the five books I read in March. The photo is missing Thunderhead sadly 😦
Legendary by Stephanie Garber (3 stars)
A great sequel to an amazing debut novel, though not without faults. Garber’s writing was enveloping, she welcomed you back to her world like she welcoming you back home. Yet the strucutre of the plot was a bit lacking at times.
Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman (5 stars)
A jaw-dropping sequel! It was so good I have a friend from work picking up the series just so he can read this book. The world building is the standout feature in this story and more so than ever we see our own society reflected in this novel.
The Power by Naomi Alderman (4 stars)
A pre-dystopian novel I didn’t know I needed. The multi-perspective/characters were the highlights of the story. Alot of triggers litter this book, which I list in the review but this is just a warning going into the book.
The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson (3.75 stars)
My very first arc! This was a promising debut and I will definitely pick up the next book she releases. The representation in this book stood out to me alot and I felt it was done really well. The main character was really great and I enjoyed reading her POV.
How to Adult by Stephen Wildish (3 stars)
A satirical non-fiction book I read but I don’t know how to review a book like that so I gave it an average rating. It was very funny and a quick read for March.