March 2017 TBR


So, I haven’t been reading much in the last few months, but now that my course is basically finished I should have a lot more time for reading! So I’m going to set a few more books that usual for my TBR and hopefully I will get to them!

Currently Reading


The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater 

Currently Listening


Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling & Narrated by Stephen Fry

What I Want To Listen To In March

The Return of the King by J.R.R. Tolkien & narrated by Rob Inglis

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling & narrated by Stephen Fry

What I Want To Read In March

Traitor to the Throne by Alwyn Hamilton

Tomorrow, When the War Began by John Marsden

The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

Well, that is all for next months TBR, I hope I actually get to all these books! I need to get back into reading more!!!


12 thoughts on “March 2017 TBR

  1. I really liked The Raven King when I read it last year. I don’t find it as hyped as a lot of people seem to, but I still think it is a decent book and a good ending to an interesting series. Hope your tbr goes well. 😀 xx


    1. I do agree, I hear a lot about The Raven Boys, but not soo much the other books. The only time I saw a lot about The Raven King was around when it came out, the beginning of last year. And Thanks heaps, I hope it goes well too!

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      1. It was on my radar before The Raven King was released but I didn’t read the whole series until afterwards. I feel the same regarding all four books though. For me they are good but not fantastic.

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      2. I know this is probably particular to me but I had a slight problem with how Maggie Steifvater originally played with Adam’s unilateral deafness in Blue Lily Lily Blue. I think she could have made that something more important, by giving a little bit more acceptability and awareness to diversity.

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      3. It’s natural for me to want more from it because I live with deafness everyday (not me personally but in my immediate family).

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      4. Well that is fair enough then. And I see why you picked up on that in the book. I don’t believe I have even met someone that was deaf. So it’s not really something I think about I guess.


      5. Not many people do unless it’s connected to them somehow. If I re-read the books, it wouldn’t damper my enjoyment because I’d know to expect it.

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