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March Wrap Up: Overview Of The Books I’ve Read

Hiiii Unicorns! It’s Lori here with my monthly post of what I read. Yes, I posted twice today oops.

I read 5 books out of 10 that I planned to read. I’m slightly disappointed, yet proud? (I’m a slow reader don’t judge me haha).

Here are the titles I read during the month of March & my rating for each:

1. People Like Us By Dana Mele

After reading this Psychological Thriller I was still trying to wrap my brain around the last two paragraphs. It will really leave a mark after reading.

I couldn’t stop thinking of the ending for a couple days. If you enjoyed Mean Girls, Heathers & One Of Us Is Lying then you’ll enjoy this book. Full Review here

My Rating: ★★★★

2. Ahsoka: Star Wars By E.K. Johnson

I’ve loved Star Wars & especially Ahsoka Tano during my childhood and I looked up to her. She’s fierce, humorous, kind & selfless. If you want the full Star Wars experience I recommend the Audiobook! *lightsaber noises* Full Review Here

My Rating: ★★★★

3. The Poet X By Elizabeth Acevedo

Ok wow…this was truly a powerful coming of age poetry book. It discusses all aspects of womanhood, body image, religion, sexuality, and family. These significant topics will leave a mark when you’ve finished reading each poem. It’s truthful, inspiring, hopeful, vulnerable, empowering, & raw. Full Review Here

My Rating: ★★★★★

4. Heart Of Iron By Ashley Poston

OK HERE WE GO. I cannot describe my love for this sci-fi fantasy filled with adventure, romance & a wonderful world. Ashley delivers such a beautiful descriptive world, plot, characters and LGBTQ Rep like no other.

It’s fast faced, thrilling, adventurous, & humorous nature is well written. The lighthearted & genuine atmosphere flies out of the pages & allows you to enter the Iron Kingdom. May The Stars Keep You Steady & Iron Keep You Safe🚀💜

Full Review Here

My Rating: ★★★★★

5. Who Is Vera Kelly? By Rosalie Knecht

This novel is based on a CIA agent stationed in Argentina during the 1960’s to infiltrate a student radical group. Each chapter is short and sweet. The world building is well written to envision every place the protagonist walks into and the appearance of characters. Unfortunately, this book wasn’t for me & bored me half to death, so I didn’t finish it. It didn’t meet my expectations. Full Review Here

My Rating: None. I DNF (Did Not Finish).

Lori’s QOTD: How many books have you read in the month of March? Comment below! I’m curious if you met your goal. Until we meet again, Unicorns!

6 thoughts on “March Wrap Up: Overview Of The Books I’ve Read

  1. What an interesting month you’ve had!! I’m fascinated by The Poet X, this is the first I’ve heard of it and it sounds fantastic, so thanks for the recommendation! I managed to get through four books this past month (though one of them was Crime & Punishment, so I think that counts as more haha).

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