March 2021 Reading Wrap-Up

Hiya friends! Presenting to you a wrap-up for the books I read in March 2021. I read three books this month. Owing to studies, I could not read many books. Hopefully, in the coming months, I will be able to read more. Without further ado, let’s dive into the recap.

Monthly Wrap-Up: March 2021
Monthly Wrap-Up: March 2021

The Unbroken by C.L. Clark

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Touraine is a soldier. Stolen as a child and raised to kill and die for the empire, her only loyalty is to her fellow conscripts. But now, her company has been sent back to her homeland to stop a rebellion, and the ties of blood may be stronger than she thought.

Luca needs a turncoat. Someone desperate enough to tiptoe the bayonet’s edge between treason and orders. Someone who can sway the rebels toward peace, while Luca focuses on what really matters: getting her uncle off her throne.

Through assassinations and massacres, in bedrooms and war rooms, Touraine and Luca will haggle over the price of a nation. But some things aren’t for sale. 

I found it to be a tense and atmospheric epic fantasy featuring diverse, queer characters and excellent worldbuilding.

You can read the full review here.

The Hat Girl From Silver Street by Lindsey Hutchinson

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Life is tough for Ella Bancroft. After her father, Thomas, is wheelchair-bound by an accident at the tube works, the responsibility for keeping a roof over their head falls to Ella. Ella’s mother died when she was ten, and her sister Sally lives with her no-good, work-shy husband Eddy, so is no help at all.  If she and her father are to keep the bailiffs from the door, then Ella must earn a living.

But Ella is resourceful as well as creative, and soon discovers she has a gift for millinery. Setting up shop in the front room of their two-up, two-down home in Silver Street, Walsall, Ella and Thomas work hard to establish a thriving business. Before long, the fashionable ladies of the Black Country are lining up to wear one of Ella’s beautiful creations, and finally Ella dares to hope for a life with love, friendship and family. Will her hopes come true?

This book took me to heights of elation and slammed me back to earth in a matter of few pages. It is an utterly gripping story which I finished in two days straight.

You can read the full review here.

Travel by Night by Sophie Morton-Thomas

Rating: 3 out of 5.

After a major surgery, Yalina has vague memories of her family, but she feels a connection to her brother, Ali. Ali does not stay with them, so, Yalina decides to run away and meet him. However, another man picks her up instead of Ali. Is it a trap?

Someone who likes her fiction dark and gritty will like this Travel by Night by Sophie Morton-Thomas.

You can read the full review here.

Spotlights, Blitzes, Excerpts, and Cover Reveals

American Betiya by Anuradha D. Rajurkar – Spotlight

It’s My Party by Whitney Dineen – Book Blitz

The Secret Recipe for Moving On by Karen Bischer – Excerpt

Summer Sin by Kelly S. Marsden – Cover Reveal

let’s chat

Have you read any of the books above? What were your your views on it? If you haven’t read any, is any of the books on your TBR pile? Let me know in the comments below.


Author: debjani6ghosh

I started this blog to discuss books that I read and movies that I watch. But the blog may not be purely restricted to that!

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