March turned out to be a doozy of a month, in just about every fashion. We're still training a puppy, raising a non-binary teenaged human, trying hard to stay in contact with an adult child, and adjusting to the news that we will, for the 7th time, be embarking upon a major move. Reading has always been my refuge, and this month I managed to get through twelve titles. Admittedly, three of them should have been one. In the event that you just glance here and look at the ratings please note: Never, Never gets a 3-star rating from me mostly because I was furious that Audible made it three separate titles, at the full credit per title price. Evidently, it is possible to purchase all three as one physical book for approximately 20% of what I paid for the credits. That's more than a little annoying. And since I clearly need sugar to chill out, I really should consider reviewing both doughnuts and books.
In order of rating, here are my quick overviews of the books I read in March. Click on the image for a link to my full review on Goodreads.
The Power of One by Bryce Courtenay
Fiction, Coming-of-age, Audible
Go as a River by Shelley Read
Historical Fiction, Female Author, Audible
Horse by Geraldine Brooks
Historical Fiction, Female Authors, Book Club, Audible
Gone Tonight by Sarah Pekkanen
Mystery/Thriller, Female Authors, NetGalley
RELEASE DATE: 1 AUGUST 2023
The Very Nice Box by Laura Blackett and Eve Gleichman
Domestic Thriller, Contemporary Fiction, Female Author, LGBTQ, NetGalley
What the Neighbors Saw by Melissa Adelman
Domestic Thriller, Female Authors, NetGalley
RELEASE DATE: 20 JUNE 2023
The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley
Mystery/Thriller, Female Authors, Audible
Shrines of Gaiety by Kate Atkinson
Historical Fiction, Female Authors, Audible
(I did NOT like the narration)
A Little Hope by Ethan Joella
Feel Good, Fiction, NetGalley
Never, Never by Collen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher
Parts 1, 2 and 3
YA Mystery/Thriller, Audible
Infuriatingly sold a 3-books, but it is ONE STORY. DO NOT BUY AS AUDIBLE.
Average rating 3.0, mostly because of my fury
Now I need a doughnut.