RockMyTBR is a 2016 book challenge I started this year as a way to encourage ourselves and each other to read those books on our shelves! Let’s lower our TBRs and possibly blood pressure by finally reading those books we’ve had for YEARS.
If you’re interested in joining the challenge, check out the Introductory Post for more details.
I actually did really well in March! I read some really great books which of course helps when reading.
- Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell – Okay okay, this only “sort of” counts. I listened to the audiobook of Fangirl last year but my renewal from the library ran out. I was almost done so I never actually finished it. My friend Carrie gave me the book for my birthday and I FINALLY finished the last 7 chapters. So technically I finished it in March. 😉 5 Stars
- Soundless by Richelle Mead – I had been excited for a LONG time to read Soundless. I got it for Christmas and finally read it. I did a buddy read with my friends. I unfortunately wasn’t impressed. It wasn’t terrible but something didn’t work for me. I gave it 2.5 stars.
- Starflight by Melissa Landers – OMG! I LOOOVED THIS BOOK! Check out my review here but this has become one of my favorite books this year. It was one of those books that sucks you in and gets better as it goes. 5 stars!!!!
- The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski – This was my first book I read this month and was the #RockmyTBR buddy read for the month. I really enjoyed it. I found it slow at times but overall enjoyed the story. 4 Stars.
- The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski – I asked for this for my birthday (which was in March) and I just finished it last night. WOWWWW, what a step UP from The Winner’s Curse! Seriously the whole book was emotionally intense. IN-TENSE. It was fabulous. 5 Stars.
What did you read this month????
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This month’s book is Newt’s Emerald by Garth Nix. Let me know if you’d like to join our buddy read and I’ll add you to the DM group!
Here are my wrap up posts from the last couple months.
Did you write a post? Leave your link below and I’d love to see what you’ve read!