Hello readers and welcome to another wrap up!
In March I’ve read a total of 12 books, with a DNF, as usual.
Jeremy Ray as quickly became one of my fave authors. Petrified women is a piece of art, I can’t recommend it enough.
E a mio nipote Albert lascio l’isola che ho vinto a Fatty Hagan in una partita a poker has the longest title I know. Super funny and entertaining.
4,5 stars to The golden key simply because is really strange and incredibly sad. But there’s a happy ending, perfect to shed a tear or two.
I’m participating in an Agatha Christie challenge on Instagram, and Giorno dei morti (sparkling cyanide) was my read for March.
Another great short story by Jeremy Ray, My mother’s eyes. I’ll also add that all his stories began with a page dedicated to the trigger warnings you’ll find in that story. Very thoughtful.
I love reading non-fiction books about weird/macabre topics, and Tomb raiders was funny and interesting.
Look how colorful the cover of The sapphire library is!! Love it! This is definitely my cozy series, love the characters, so happy to have discovered it!
Can we all agree that the cover of The time of green magic is special and wonderful? It reminds me of the works of Miyazaki, unfortunately, the plot isn’t really engaging.
One for sorrow is a middle grade set in 1918 with the outbreak of Spanish Influenza. A lot of things are happening even now with the Covid epidemic, it’s sad and hurtful.
Il castello di Otranto (The castle of Otranto) is weird and sometimes just absurd.
Death and the harlot had the possibility to be a great historical mystery, but it’s really fatphobic.
I DNF The route of ice and salt on page 20. Nothing more to say.
And that was my reading month, how was yours?