During the month of March, I managed to read 8 books for this year’s Book Pledge. I read more than the previous month for two reasons: March break and the Easter weekend. The extra days at home enabled me to spend more time reading, one of my favourite activities to relax.
The titles in March are listed below. To read my reviews (if you haven’t already), click on the title in the following list:
- The Illegal by Lawrence Hill. A novel that encourages us to think about refugees.
- The Good Sister by Chelsea Bolan. A novel that encourages us to think about the relationship between sisters, and the role a woman plays in a specific social context.
- The Guilty by Davis Baldacci. A thriller.
- The Reversalby Michael Connelly. A detective cum courtroom drama.
- Weave a Circle Round by Kari Maaren. A YA fantasy novel.
- Mount! by Jilly Cooper. A story set in the horse world in England.
- George and Lizzie by Nancy Pearl. A woman’s story about her relationships with men.
- What She Knew by Gilly MacMillan. A psychological thriller.
Most of the novels I read during March were enjoyable and I find it hard to choose a favourite. Thrillers are always a good choice for me and yet I enjoy losing myself in a fantasy world created by the author. I would recommend Weave a Circle Round for any teen who enjoys fantasy fiction; and The Illegal is a novel one should try to read. For my favourite read, however, I would have to choose the one that I could not put down. What She Knew by Gilly MacMillan is a nail-biting story that I would suggest for any reader who enjoys a great read and is my favourite read for March.
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© Colline Kook-Chun, 2018