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March review

This month has been insane for reading. I've been poorly with a cold and then the dreaded flu bug and had a week of Easter holiday so I've had a lot of reading time.

Read in March
Highly Illogical Behaviour by John Corey Whaley (4 stars)
Carry on by Rainbow Rowell (3 stars)
Out of sight, Out of time by Ally Carter (3 stars)
Radio Silence by Alice Oseman (3 stars)
Head over Heels by Holly Smale (4 stars)
More of Me by Kathryn Evans (4 stars)
Superhero Street by Phil Earle (5 stars)
Needlework by Deirdre Sullivan (3 stars)
The Moonlight Dreamers by Siobhan Curham (4 stars)
Chasing Charlie by Linda McLaughlin (4 stars)
The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson (5 stars)
Jolly Foul Play by Robin Stevens (4 stars)
The Leaving by Tara Altebrando (3 stars)
This Song is (Not) for you by Laura Nowlin (4 stars)
Dumplin by Julie Murphy (4 stars)
Royal Scandal by Meg Cabot (3 stars)
Bad Heir Day by Meg Cabot (4 stars)
Crowning Glory by Meg Cabot (4 stars)
Consumed by Abbie Rushton (4 stars)
White Lies, Black Dare by Joanna Nadin (3 stars)
One Way Street by Lauren Barnholdt (2 stars)

Book of the Month

It has to be The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson. I was looking forward to its arrival and was so excited to get an early copy. I adored it completely

Events Attended
None. I meant to and booked a train ticket but I got the flu and it was not good and I couldn't travel. That week was really not good.

April's TBR pile
So I've cleared by TBR pile. I'm at the point where I am literally sat waiting for review books to arrive (or for titles to be published so I can buy them).