March 2017 TBR

My March 2017 TBR is going to be an ambitious one. I want to read as much as I can and enjoy everything on my list. Well I can hope can’t I? I really want to carry on my streak of reading some wonderful books and finding brilliant additions to my shelves. On with the show – my wonderful March 2017 TBR

King’s Cage

This is the latest book in the Red Queen series and I’m already a quarter of the way through, and loving it. I keep saying it but these books have hooked me from the first and I’m so excited to finish reading this. Hopefully it will impress me just as much as the others, I do hate it when a series begins to let me down half way through.

A Series of Unfortunate Events 10, 11 & 12

I want to finish my marathon! I want to read the last three books this month and then finally start watching the new Netflix series. I love this series, it never fails to make me laugh and I love how unique the writing style is. Plus it’s like a blast from my past. It’s like a childhood in a book. It makes me nostalgic for my innocent days.

A Gentleman in Moscow

This book has been very kindly gifted to me by NetGalley and I love the sound of it – plus the cover is just fantastically done. I’m really excited to jump back into another historical fiction. I just hope its half as good as The Song of the Stork because I really loved that book. I’m excited to say the least!

The One True Love of Alice-Ann

Another historical fiction from NetGalley, and another that I’m really excited for. I seem to be on a real historical kick at the moment! I love the element of romance and war and all the drama! It immediately grabbed my attention, plus I get to read it with all my other historical books.

So another huge TBR for me this month, but one that I’m hugely ready for! Let me know what you’re reading this month in the comments below – especially if you have books I might enjoy!

2 Comments

  1. Bianca S

    April 4, 2017 at 4:15 pm

    I always love checking out what books you’re reviewing. I am big into historical fiction too and the classics (A Gentleman in Moscow sounds great). I wanted to recommend a historical fiction book I read recently that I really enjoyed called “Robbing the Pillars” by Kalen Vaughan Johnson (http://kalenvaughanjohnson.com/). The book focuses on the California Gold Rush (which I knew very little about) and Scotland immigrant, James MacLaren, and his family fleeing to the U.S. in hopes of a better life. The book really has it all: love, drama, history, murder and more! It is the first book in the series too so I am excited to see what happens next. Let me know if you check it out. I would love to hear your opinion

    1. thebookbloglife

      April 9, 2017 at 6:52 pm

      I didn’t get around to reading an awful lot this month – my new job is really kicking my butt. I love historical fiction so I will definitely check out the book you recommended! Thank you for your comment!! xo

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