Monthly reading review – March 2020
This March I have read:
The Gospel of Loki (Loki #1) by Joanne M. Harris ★★★★
The Darkness: Darkness/ Batman & Darkness/ Superman 20th Anniversary Collection by Garth Ennis, Jeph Loeb, Ron Marz, Scott Lobdell, Marc Silvestri ★★★★★
Book of Wayward Girls and Wicked Women edited by Angela Carter ★★★★
Seize The Night (Moonlight Bay, #2) by Dean Koontz ★★★
Incubus Caged (The Incubus, #1) by A. H. Lee ★★★★★
Incubus Bonded (The Incubus, #2) by A. H. Lee ★★★★
Shutdown (Anita Blake Vampire Hunter, #22.75) by Laurell K. Hamilton ★★★★★
Ice (Dragon Clan #1) by Skye Jones ★★★★
Chasing Cassandra (The Ravenels, #6) by Lisa Kleypas ★★★★★
1. How many books have you read last month? Are you happy with the amount you read?
This March I’ve read 9 books. I only stated reading more actively in the second part of March and even posting about it so I’m happy at how my reading month turned out.
2. What was the best of all the books you’ve read in March? Any scenes or characters that made a lasting impression?
I have read a fair amount of Kindle freebies this month and even bought some Kindle books. From all of them I enjoyed The Incubus book series by A. H. Lee the most. I bought first two books from the series and loved them. I loved reading Shutdown from Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series by Laurell K. Hamilton and I was inspired to go trough some Anita Blake books and might even prepare myself to reread some. Chasing Cassandra by Lisa Kleypas arrived and it was so good I devoured it in a few days of reading.
3. Were there any not so good books for you last month? What made it hard or not enjoyable to read?
Seize The Night by Dean Koontz was a book club assignment reading that was a bit hard to read. I started on the Croatian translation which had so many issues with the actual translation and the very small font. I ended finishing the book in English on my tablet reader. It was supposed to be a thriller horror but I feel a sleep quite a few times trying to read it…
4. How did the books you were reading last month fit in your reading plans if you had any?
Lately I’m doing good on all my reading challenges and I slowed down on some of my planned reading in March. Five of the nine books I’ve read were not planned. Still I managed to read enough to keep up with my reading challenges and I feel good about that.
5. Any updates on the series you are reading or are you starting any new series?
The Incubus book series by A. H. Lee is definitely a series I would like to continue. Also Loki series by Joanne M. Harris is something I would like to finish. This March I have found a new interest in rereading Anita Blake book series and I will see how that idea pans out.
6. Would you like to recommend any books or authors you’ve been reading this last month?
In this time of the world wide epidemic many more books are becoming available to readers everywhere online. I recommend you check out what is available and find some new author to try out!
Final thoughts on March 2020 reading
My reading count is slowly picking up and I did a bit more reviews in the second part of March. I hope I can continue with the posting and reading in an interesting and enjoying way for myself and the occasional readers of my posts.
I did three book reviews in March and you can check them out:
Happy reading everyone!