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Monthly Recap: March 2016

Number of Books Read
I read (well, including two DNFs at around 50%) 19 books in March:

The One You Really Want (B Format)
Change of Scene: A 100 Page Novella
The New Guy (and Other Senior Year Distractions)
Business as Usual (Off the Subject, #3)
Undecided



At the Edge (Alpha Crew, #1)
Midnight Marked (Chicagoland Vampires, #12)
The Study of Seduction (Sinful Suitors, #2)
Eligible: A Modern Retelling of Pride and Prejudice
Relief Map

Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery (Little Beach Street Bakery, #2)
Little Beach Street Bakery (Little Beach Street Bakery, #1)
Just Fall
Into the Darkest Corner
Save Me, Kurt Cobain

Edge of Surrender (Alpha Crew, #2)
Lake of Dreams
Diamond Bay (Kell Sabin, #2)
Modern Girls













Highest rating
One book was a 4.5 Star rating!
Undecided
Lowest rating
Two DNFs
Business as Usual (Off the Subject, #3)Summer at Little Beach Street Bakery (Little Beach Street Bakery, #2)
Best read of the month
Into the Darkest CornerUndecided
Book which surprised me the most
Relief Map
Fictional crush of the month
Midnight Marked (Chicagoland Vampires, #12)
Three books I’m looking forward to reading next month
I really could just say TRK but I can't wait for all of these!
The Raven King (The Raven Cycle #4) by Maggie Stiefvater         The Last Boy and Girl in the World by Siobhan Vivian        Every Heart a Doorway (Every Heart A Doorway #1) by Seanan McGuire
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Reviews
Meme/Giveaways
And because I would miss doing it, my favorite bookish posts of the last week:
How was your March? 
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Comments

  1. I LOVED Undecided. It was a book I kind of needed. Looks like a great reading month for you!

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  2. Wow, 19 books, that’s a lot. I see so much love for Undecided around blogosphere. I need to pick it up soon.

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  3. I am so excited about the fact that YA authors are going to write about superheroes! I am not big on comics so I cannot wait to read actual YA novels :)

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  4. NINETEEN books? Wowzers! I do good to get six to eight read each month. Go you!

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  5. I am impressed! 19 books is amazing! I used to read that much but my daughter keeps me way too busy these days. I can't wait to read Every Heart a Doorway. I have it pre-ordered so I hope to be able to read it right away. Hope you have a fantastic April!

    Carole @ Carole's Random Life

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  6. I also can't wait for The Raven King! Hopefully I can avoid all spoilers until I have a chance to read it!

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  7. Woah, you read a ton of books in March. That's awesome! I did okay, but not nearly as much as I probably could do. Granted, I started a new job so getting used to that these past couple weeks. I have a ton to read/review in April though, so my number this month will probably be crazy high! haha

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.blogspot.com

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  8. Second time I've seen Undecided today. Think I need to check that one out! What a great month - awesome numbers!!

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  9. Eeep! You had such a FANTASTIC month in books!!! I'm dying to read Undecided!! I wasn't approved on Netgalley, but I'll be buying it for sure in the near future. I HAVE to read it!! :) Hope you're enjoying your weekend!

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  11. Wow Eva you've been killing it with your reading in March, I started off really well, but things just got hectic for me :( But I'm thrilled to see Undecided as one of your favourite reads, it definitely ended up being one of my favourite reads for this month and one that surprised me the most (as I didn't think I would like it so much!) I hope you have a wonderful reading month in April!

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  12. I feel like I have been seeing Undecided *everywhere* the last few days. And every mention of it is someone gushing over it. It's like a message from the universe that I need to read this book. :) I'm more excited about it than ever!

    Tanya @ Girl Plus Books

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  13. Wow amazing month for you! I'm dying to read Just Fall.

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  14. oh it looks like March was a great month for you. Looks like there was some great articles done on some good topics. I should read At The Edge and Undecided...especially since you enjoyed Undecided so much. I did like Study of Seduction quite a bit.

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  15. Undecided looks so good! Wow, looks like you had an amazing month. :D

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  16. Oops, I just deleted my own comment. That's so annoying.
    Anyways! 19 books is amazing! I haven't a month like that in forever. I need to read Undecided, since you liked it so much, it must be good. Also, Relief Map kinda caught my eye.

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  17. What a great reading month, you had! Undecided is new to me, but I'll be checking the library later to see if it is available there. I'm still waiting on my next epic read this year. I've seen a few really high praises for Relief Map and a few scathing ones, too. I'm on the fence about reading that one. Congrats on such a good month!

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  18. Looks like you had a great month! I hope you enjoy Every Heart has a doorway. I really enjoyed that one. I just wish it could have been longer. :)

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