Reading · To Be Read

March 2017 | TBR

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YAY FOR IT BEING NEARLY SPRING? Is anyone else seriously fed up with winter? This month, I’m hoping for sunshine, and here are the books I’m planning to read:


First up, The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge (seen here exquisitely modelled by my cat, Philip). This has been on my TBR forever, and I’ve also wanted to read a Frances Hardinge book forever. This won the Costa Book of the Year 2015 & has a heroine who loves science, so I am already sold. I can’t wait to start reading this!


I also want to read The Bubble Boy by Stewart Foster. This is a middle grade book about a boy with an immunodeficiency syndrome that means he can’t leave his hospital room. Also: SUPERHEROES are promised. This sounds beautiful, and thought provoking.


Can you see my expertly concealed camera clicker? (I’m SUCH a professional!) My non-fiction pick for March is England’s Queens by Elizabeth Norton. This book is pretty much what is says on the tin–a look at the life’s of the Queen’s of England. As a history geek, I’m very excited to read this.


Then I want to read Truthwitch by Susan Dennard. I recently got this for my friend, and couldn’t help but pick one up for me too! This book promises witches and friendship, which I am ALL about.


Finally, my classic read for the month is (big surprise), another Agatha Christie book. The Clocks sounds very intriguing–and also a little different. Poirot tries to solve a crime using only his mind–no crime scene visits or interviewing witnesses! I can’t wait to delve back into this detective’s world!

So, those are the books on my TBR this month. What are you planning to read in March?

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