Everything I Read in March

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So, March was a slower reading month but I still finished a few books that I thoroughly enjoyed!

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah // I started this novel a few years ago. I had to set it aside because it was just so hard to read. There were such heartbreaking scenes that involved children that I just couldn’t bear. I decided to finish it up in March and I’m so glad that I did. This was a 5-star read, with a warning that there are very, very difficult parts to read that involve immense tragedy. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The Last Love Note by Emma Gray // This was our book club pick last month and I enjoyed it! I felt like it offered a new perspective for me on loss, grief, and life after losing a loved one. I listened to this one and am glad that I did. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The Women by Kristin Hannah // Wow. As expected this book was outstanding. I was deeply, deeply invested in the story. There was a decent amount of gore during the war scenes, but I think ultimately including graphic details was necessary to vividly convey the story. My heart swelled many times while reading this book and it was absolutely a 5-star read! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I started Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt but I abandoned it a few hours in (I was listening to it). I just couldn’t get into the story. Since I didn’t finish it, I won’t give it a star rating.

Click here to see everything I read in February.


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Tanya Ward says · 04.04.24

Just finishing The Women and I love love love it! Thank you for the recommendation!

Jessie says · 04.04.24

Remarkably Bright Creatures is a very slow burn but it does come full circle and leave you with the warm and fuzzies!

Jeni says · 04.04.24

I agree 100%. I had a hard time the first half, but you once start making the connections and you get to the end…🥰🥰. One of my favorite books!!

Katie says · 04.06.24

In the opinions of my book club, the audiobook version of Remarkably Bright Creatures is very hard to get into. Maybe reading it will help? I found it to be such a heartwarming book.

Alyse Huff says · 04.04.24

The nightingale is one of my favorite books of ALL time!!! Just read the women and loved it too!!

Donna says · 04.11.24

Just finished The Women on audible and LOVED it. I didn’t want it to end. I cried several times.

Kate says · 04.12.24

oh man I feel that! I LOVED that book!

Janet says · 04.04.24

The Nightingale was such a moving book for me. I read it while camping a couple years ago and I just sat and thought and cried about that book. Much like We were the Lucky Ones!
I have really enjoyed your book reviews. They have encouraged me to read more. Also just read my second book my Taylor Jenkins Reed and love her so much!

Rebecca Foster says · 04.06.24

I have started reading The Women following your recommendation well listening on audio books and it’s so good Thankyou

Kathy Durn says · 04.06.24

Just finished The Women.. so well written and an emotional read for sure. I’ve read The Nightingale as well. Another excellent read!

Amanda says · 04.06.24

I highly recommend giving Remarkably Bright Creatures another try! It is such a heartwarming and amazing story! Maybe reading it will be better…at first you don’t get how the characters all relate but it does come full circle.

Sarah Muncy says · 04.06.24

Help! I deleted my old Goodreads account and created a new one but I can’t find you!