It’s been a few months since I decided to stop reviewing books, and if I’m entirely honest I’m not missing it much at all. The one aspect I am missing is the talking about books, I think though that the reduced amount of reading I’m doing contributes to this too. I’m pretty sure I won’t go back to reviewing books on my blog any time soon, but I can’t not talk about books so thought I’d try a monthly round up of my reads.
March was the busiest reading month I’ve had so far this year, though I still only read 5 books which by my usual standards is pretty quiet. In order of reading, my March reads were:
- The Forbidden Library by Django Wexler
- Trouble by Non Pratt
- The Maze Runner by James Dashner
- She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick
- Pea’s Book of Big Dreams by Susie Day
I enjoyed all of the books, and whilst Pea’s Book of Big Dreams came very close, nothing could topple Trouble from being my favourite book of the month. There are not enough words for me to begin to do Trouble justice, it’s a fantastic contemporary read and I’ve been raving about it to anyone who’ll listen. I intend to draw up a best of 2014 list at the end of the year and there’s absolutely no way this book won’t be on it. Highly recommended.