15 titles in March?! I’ll take it! Certainly can’t claim a slump here. Love the (unintentional) variety. Nice balance between fiction and nonfiction.
So many fantastic reads, too. Only two disappointments in the whole batch: I wasn’t as impressed as I hoped to be with Walking Home. And Coffee, Tea, and Holy Water was a rare 1-star for me—my review posts this Monday. Peaceful Neighbor was fascinating; I now see Mister Rogers in a whole new light. Girl in the Dark blew me away, but Hausfrau packed the most punch. I wasn’t alone in that feeling, judging from the incredible number of comments on our “book breakdown” over at The Socratic Salon. I read We Should All Be Feminists and Dept. of Speculation in preparation for upcoming conversation over there, too. So much to discuss in these two short reads.
Looking forward to a great April, especially with Dewey’s Readathon coming up on the 25th!