Monthly Review: March 2019

I have to admit: I’ve been struggling with reading this month. It’s not that I’m not enjoying my current book, my mind is just a little all over the place for various reasons and I cannot concentrate. Hopefully it will pass soon as I have soooo many great books I want to crack on with!

Based on that intro, you might be confused by the amount of reviews here, but the reviews I post per month are not necessarily my current reads, due to scheduling, blog tours etc, but they are all books I’ve read recently.

If I sign up for a blog tour, it is because the book really appeals to me, I am selective and would only ever post a review of a great book I genuinely want to tell people about. Due to this, I never look at the date of the tour only what the book is about, so that’s how I ended up taking part in three blog tours this month! They were all fab tours though for Sewing the Shadows Together, Welcome to the Heady Heights and The American Agent.

I actually have a three-way tie for my overall March favourite: My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Doll Factory and Things in Jars (full reviews below) are all stunning reads that I insist you add to your TBR.

My March reviews…

/ The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

/ My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite

/ Sewing the Shadows Together by Alison Baillie

/ Welcome to the Heady Heights by David F. Ross

/ The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal

/ Things in Jars by Jess Kidd

/ The Flower Girls by Alice Clark-Platts

/ The American Agent by Jacqueline Winspear


Anyone read these ones? Would love to know your thoughts!



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