March Wrap Up

Lots of amazing books this month but sadly it didn’t end on a strong note. Free Food for Millionaires was probably too ambitious. At over 500 pages it was kind of a slog to get through. I thought I was in the mood for another family drama but it didn’t quite hold up to The Arsonists City. But no matter because the rest of the month was simply outstanding. I know Beloved isn’t an easy read but it’s truly one of the greatest American novels of all time and it’s a reading experience I will never forget. The Arsonist’s City is a book I’ve already recommended to several IRL friends. More thoughts on many of these soon. But March was special. I went to Manila to see my Lola and hung out with family. It was a really lovely trip and a time I will cherish. Sitting around with my Lola watching Filipino dramas and laughing is a memory I’ll fold into my heart forever. And I got to meet @ricetwicethrice!! I don’t know what April has in store but Spring Break is upon us in one more week!

Fiction books read are The Arsonists City by Hala Alyan, Beloved by Toni Morrison, Cantoras by Carolina de Robertis, Heartstopper Volume 4 by Alice Oseman, Free Food For Millionaires by Min Jin Lee, and The Mask Falling by Samantha Shannon

Nonfiction: They Were Her Property by Stephanie E Jones Rogers and Cultish by Amanda Montell

Middle grade literature: When You Trap a Tiger by Tae Keller, Starfish by Lisa Fipps, and Ancestor Approved edited by Cynthia Leviticus Smith

Poetry: Teaching My Mother How to Give Birth by Warsan Shire

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March Wrap Up
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