Happy March to everyone~ And get ready for Easter on April Fool's Day!
The semester is halfway over so it doesn't seem like I've done a lot of reading...but I have! I am 5 books ahead of schedule and have read 17 Books out of my goal of 70! We're slowly but surely getting there!!
I hope everyone else's reading progress is also going well!

March Book List

  • An Acceptable Time by Madeleine L'Engle
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It's the last book of the series!! I'm so glad I got through it! The series is good, but the first book is really the stand alone work and I can't say that I've love her style of writing... BUT, I've stuck to it, and we're almost there!
  • Goodnight Punpun by Inio Asano
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I've been wanting to read this for so long!! I finally got the book for my birthday, so now I have no excuse! The artwork is so nice, and I've seen pictures about it all over the place, so I can't help but feel like it'll be sad... I'm a little anxious, but still excited~
  • One for the Money by Janet Evanovich
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Honestly... If it wasn't for a book reading swap I had with a friend, I would have never picked this book up. It just isn't my kind of book? Big sigh, I just hope it's alright...
  • A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
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I have heard sooooo many good things about the movie and the book! Although I have to admit that the movie cover and the book look Nothing alike, I can't wait to read this. I don't know if it'll be a scary chaotic monster story or a heartwarming boy learning to heal, but I can't wait~ And afterwards I'm definetly watching the movie.
  • Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer
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I've actually really been wanting to read the book since before the movie came out because it looked so aesthetically appealing, and now I have a pretty good reason to get down to it! Also a movie to watch soon~ Haha, it's almost like I should also run a movie blog eh?
  • The Lost City of the Monkey God by Douglas Preston
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Alright. I'll be honest. The only reason why I want to read this is because I keep confusing it with 'The Lost City of Z' by David Grann, and I want to be able to tell the two apart content-wise now. The Lost City of Z was good, so I really hope that this can mirror my interest~
  • God: A Human History by Reza Aslan
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Okay okay, the second picture is totally an inside joke because it's a story about God and the author's last name is Aslan and that's the name of the lion in Narnia who's basically the God of Narnia so it's totally a parallel of deities huehuehuehuehue (I still think it's hilarious) BUT. I'm really looking forward to reading this book to see if Mr. Aslan is a reliable author and if I can recommend the book to my mom.

Wish Me Luck~

That makes a total of 7 Books for March!
If you'd like to discuss any of the books for this month feel free to send me a message or talk to me on Goodreads!

All of my other Monthly Book Lists will be kept in this collection.