March 27, 2023

March Books 2023

March was a very slow reading month but I've got two good ones for you...

Can't Look Away by Carola Lovering 5 stars

I just read this in 48 hours over the weekend. Clearly I enjoyed it! I don't know why the Goodreads reviews are so low? I mean, I guess I'd call it a 4.5 star book but my rule is that if I can't put it down, it gets 5 stars. 

I didn't find Molly quite as sympathetic as maybe I was supposed to but it was a great story. I loved this author's other book, Too Good to Be True, a couple of years ago, so I think I just really like her style. 

Dinosaurs Before Dark by Mary Pope Osborne

I am counting this and I don't care. I read it to Wells. I've never read it before. It counts. 

I have no notes.

The Inmate by Freida McFadden 4 stars

I read this way back at the beginning of March. It was good enough for me to give it 4 stars; I do admit that I didn't like the YA portions of the book. Basically it flashes back to 10 years prior or something every few chapters. I don't read YA for a reason...the teenage POVs aren't for me. However, it's on Kindle Unlimited so if you want a reliable thriller of sorts. Just get ready to suspend your disbelief a bit. Especially because the speed at which the legal system moves in this book is truly the stuff of fantasy. 

Currently reading this ARC...

And maybe starting The Knight at Dawn. I'm usually a bit too worn out to dive into a chapter book when I finally convince Wells to go to bed...

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