Hey my loveees! I haven't post in a while... blame's on college!
I have to read a lot, all the time, so this month was way too busy.
Anyway, I'm back with another Wrap Up:) Hope you like it!

In March I read 4 books

1) "The Heir" by Kiera Cass
2/5

  • Not my first time reading it.

I really don't like Eadlyn, she's selfish, spoiled, believed, haughty, proud, prejudiced and many more things.
I only gave 2 stars to the book instead of 1 because of Maxon<3 and beacause America and Maxon relationship.

“I couldn’t help but notice it was always this way. At state events or important dinners, Mom was beside Dad or situated right behind him. But when they were just husband and wife—not king and queen—he followed her everywhere.” - Kiera Cass, The Heir
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2) "The Crown" by Kiera Cass
2/5

  • Not my first time reading it.

Ñe. To be honest, I feel like the last two books were too much, they were... unnecessary. Sorry not sorry.
And again, just because of Maxon<3 and America, I gave 2 stars instead of 1.

“Maybe it's not the first kisses that are supposed to be special. Maybe it's the last ones.” -Kiera Cass, The Crown
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3) "Percy Jackson and the sea of monsters" by Rick Riordan
5/5

  • Not my first time reading it.

I Percy.
I love it.
I love him.
That's all I can say. Hahaha, the book is awesome, way better than the movie, obviously.

“Well, actually it carried Cadmus. Europa fell off and died along the way, but that's not important"
It was probably important to her" -Rick Riordan, The Sea of Monsters
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4) "Milk and Honey" by Rupi Kaur
4/5

  • First time reading it.

The poems are strong, she talks about things as they are, without subtleties.
And I liked very much, she writes about "taboo" topics in a normal way that you start to think: Why the fuck are taboo subjects?
"The Healing" is my favourite part of the book.
I am not very into poetry, but this book is really good.

“Our backs tell stories
no books have the spine to carry”
-Rupi Kaur
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Well, that was all:)
Have a nice month! Tomorrow April begins!
Love and peace out!<3