Another month has come and gone, and it feels suddenly like 2023 is flying by! And while March wasn’t my best reading month, there are a few standouts that I wanted to share to help you decide which books should be on your To-Be-Read list and your To-Be-Avoided list! Check out my March 2023 Reading Wrap-up with my buy/borrow/pass ratings.
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An unusual look at the concept of hell meets an exploration of values makes for an intriguing debut.
An ambitious retelling of a classic novel, Mrs. Dalloway, told from the perspective of her daughter.
Promoted as a witchy read, but little to do with witches.
The Little Wartime Library
Probably one of my top books of the year! A great exploration of London life during WWII.
The Last Russian Doll
A terrific historical mystery book that brings Russian history to life, a worthwhile read.
All the Broken Places
A well-written but challenging read that may not sit well with most readers.
Meant to Be
A historical romance (80-90s) that delivers on nostalgia for Gen X’ers.
Hang the Moon
A lively read full of Prohibition-era car chases and gun fights that will keep most readers hooked until the end.
When We Were Bright and Beautiful
I loved everything about this book until the big twist. Warning: childhood sexual abuse triggers!
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