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March 2020 Wrap Up/April TBR

March was a great reading month for me – here it is in books!

Continuing my Harry Potter reread, this month I ploughed on with Prisoner of Azkaban and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Azkaban has always been my favourite Potter book, and Beasts my favourite of the companion novellas – and nothing changed on reading them this year. (Especially with Azkaban – I have a LOT of thoughts on that, to come next month!)

I’ve also been rereading the Sookie Stackhouse/True Blood/Southern Vampire Mysteries series by Charlaine Harris. I just finished book three, Club Dead, and I burned through it! In the middle of a quarantine, drowning in anxiety and stress, an easy, fast, light read is just what I needed, right now.

I had two new releases to read this month: Ally Carter’s Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valour, and Cassandra Clare’s Chain of Gold. I love Ally’s YA books, but Middle Grade isn’t my thing. Chain of Gold, however, entirely lived up to the hype and was well worth waiting so many years – I ADORED it!

And finally, the highlight of my month, just pipping Chain of Gold to the post: Taylor Jenkins Reid’s The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo! I asked for this book for Christmas, having been so obsessed with Daisy Jones and The Six, and my Instagram followers added it to my TBR. I am so, so grateful – it was astounding, it’s haunting my brain days after I’ve finished it, and honestly, if I could wipe it from my brain just to be able to experience it new all over again, I think I would. Loved every second of reading it. (Review to come!)

Here’s what my April TBR is looking like!

What’s on yours?

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