March TBR 2021

Heyhey BookNerds! March has come around again and my tbr has been changed up a little! February was full of amazing reads that were predominantly fantasy (February Wrap-Up 2021) and this month I thought I’d mix it up a little – though there is still some fantasy planned because I just can’t exclude it entirely! This month I plan to read at least 7 books – but we will see if the pace stays up later on. So let’s dive into my March TBR!

Realm Of Ash, by Tasha Suri. Ok so Tasha Suri is an all new favourite author to me. I read Empire Of Sand recently and adored it, and I read an eARC of her newest book The Jasmine Throne which was phenomenal in every single way. So of course I need to finish the Books Of Ambha and read this one! If you haven’t read any of Suri’s work yet I highly recommend it, her worlds are rich and her storylines are fantastic. (Also if you have read her books or want to I highly highly recommend preordering The Jasmine Throne! I honestly cannot tell you how much I loved it!)

They Both Die At The End, by Adam Silvera. So for the rest of the month I’m veering away from epic fantasy into the world of tears and heartbreak. Silvera has been on my radar a while but I haven’t ever got around to any of his books but this month I thought I’d take the plunge and start with this one. My brother actually prodded me into getting on with it and diving into Silvera’s books, and well here I am!

What If It’s Us, by Adam Silvera and Becky Albertalli. I thought if I was going to dive into Silvera’s works then I might as well pick up a few including this co-authored work! I actually hadn’t heard of this one, but it was part of a bundle with the other Silvera books so I thought why not try it.

Where The Crawdads Sing, by Delia Owens. I am behind the times a little with this one. This was an incredibly popular read a little while ago now and I finally decided to get around to it and see what all the raving as about. Stephen @ Stephen Writes review of this book actually put this on my radar first and made me want to actually read it!

Letters To The Lost, by Brigid Kemmerer. I was bought this two years ago as a Christmas preset but I never started it, despite definitely wanting to! I have heard great, sad and beautiful things about this book and thought I’d try and squeeze it in between all the other emotional reads I have planned this month.

History Is All You Left Me, by Adam Silvera. Yes apparently I want to cry continuously this month so I have yet another Silvera book that is apparently sad and heartbreaking on my tbr. This month is going to be delightful! However, this has, again, been on the tbr a while and so I finally want to get to it this month!

The Lord Of The Rings, by J.R.R Tolkien. because I cannot exclude fantasy entirely, and 1 fantasy book a month simply is not enough, I have LotR on my tbr! I started buddy reading this last month with some of the brilliant TWR gang and this month we will be continuing this epic and downright beautiful read.

What’s your top read for this month? Have you read any on my tbr? Let me know!

Happy Reading, BookNerds!πŸ’œπŸ˜ŠπŸ“š


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