Spell the Month in Books: March!

I saw this over on One Book More and thought it would be a fun new monthly post! I have tagged her post so you can check it out too! It was originally created by Reviews from the Stacks, and the idea is to spell the month using the first letter of book titles.

I’m just going to add a tidbit from the synopsis and whether I’ve read it or want to. I’ll link the Goodreads link on the title, if you want to check it out more!


M- Monstress vol. 5 by Marjorie M. Liu

Monstress, Vol. 5: Warchild (Monstress #5)

“There’s no turning back from the long dreaded war between the Federation and Arcanics – a massive human army gathers, ready to destroy the frontier city of Ravenna and enslave its inhabitants. Maika must decide whether to finally embrace her destructive power in the hopes that it can protect her friends – but what will be the consequences of no longer fighting her hunger? Will the repercussions be too much to bear?”

This GN series is dark and intense and I own this.. why haven’t I read it yet?!?


A- All that Remains by Patricia D. Cornwell

All That Remains (Kay Scarpetta, #3)

“In Richmond, Virginia, young lovers are dying. So far, four couples in the area have disappeared, only to be found months later as mutilated corpses. When the daughter of the president’s newest drug czar vanishes along with her boyfriend, Dr. Kay Scarpetta knows time is short. Following a macabre trail of evidence that ties the present homicides to a grisly crime in the past, Kay must draw upon her own personal resources to track down a murderer who is as skilled at eliminating clues as Kay is at finding them”

I read one or two in this series and I liked them. It’s been YEARS and I own so many of them. I haven’t picked them back up yet though.


R- Revolutionary by Colleen Cowley (Clandestine Magic #3)

Revolutionary (Clandestine Magic Book 3)

“In this final book of the Clandestine Magic trilogy, Beatrix Harper is poised to help her sister accomplish an audacious goal. They’re on the brink of winning back a key right for typics that wizards took away—and maybe, just maybe, getting women more rights in the bargain.”

I read this and really enjoyed the series as a whole.


C- Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron

Cinderella Is Dead

“This fresh take on a classic story will make readers question the tales they’ve been told, and root for girls to break down the constructs of the world around them.”

I really cannot wait to read this book!!


H- Hawthorne Legacy, The by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

The Hawthorne Legacy (The Inheritance Games, #2)

The Inheritance Games ended with a bombshell, and now heiress Avery Grambs has to pick up the pieces and find the man who might hold the answers to all of her questions – including why Tobias Hawthorne left his entire fortune to Avery, a virtual stranger, rather than to his own daughters or grandsons.”

I read the first book and LOVED it. I cannot wait for this one!!


Tagging:

ANYONE WHO WANTS TO DO THIS ONE!!

7 thoughts on “Spell the Month in Books: March!

  1. Great picks! Oof, I haven’t been keeping track of when Vol 5 of Monstress came out but I have read the first four. It’s definitely one of the darkest, if not the darkest, GN I’ve read. I love the unique setting and concept but I keep waffling on how I feel about the story overall 😂 Hope you enjoy it! Also can’t wait to read Cinderella is Dead!

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    • Thank you!! Omg.. it’s SO dark. I still need to pick up the 5th and read it.. it’s been sitting on my cart for a while. I just know, I have to be ready for the intensity. lol Same.. not sure how I feel over the actual plot but very unique!

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