One Liner Book Review: March

The Sword of Summer (Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, #1)

Yes, I’m behind.  But it was well worth the wait!  Where’s the next?!

Morning Star (Red Rising, #3)

Pierce Brown, I’m gonna need you to write more books, plzkthxbai.

Oh, and your use of “Bye Felicia” was spectacular.


A hamster in a Captain America-esque uniform.  What more could you want?!


Ally Hughes Has Sex Sometimes

Yes, that is the title of the book.  Fun read.

Warren the 13th and The All-Seeing Eye

Gorgeous illustrations.  Very interesting story.  Can’t wait to see where this series goes!

The One and Only Ivan

Excellent, excellent, excellent.  And yes, I sobbed.

And Then There Were None

If I hadn’t seen the recent miniseries with Aidan Turner (omnomnom), I would have been beyond confused.  Wow.

Any good reads in March?


One thought on “One Liner Book Review: March

  1. Jenni says:

    Chengdu Could Not, Would Not Fall Asleep. Completely adorable illustrations in this one.

    Zero Day by Jan Gangsei. YA thriller. Predictable, but good.

    Yotsuba&! (yes, the punctuation is part of the title). I don’t normally enjoy manga, but this one is cute, cute enough that I’ve read the first twelve volumes already.


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