Bookish Wrap Ups

March Wrap-Up Post.

So finally, we are done with March. I’m four days late uploading this, but, still Happy April Fellow Readers! I hope you finish all the books you are in mood for, or if you are a planner and have decided your TBR then I hope you get to finish that smoothly.

This is a March Wrap up post, as said in the Title of this blog post, of course. I had a great time in March, I rebuilt this website and posted almost regularly. I am still a newbie here and there is a lot to learn, if you have any tips please post them on my comments I would really. I did some research on blogging and gathered many tips. I am going to implement them starting this month. Also, I have decided some pretty good topics for my blog, which I think you people will love to read about!

Coming to my March Reads, I finally caught up with some reading which I was putting on hold in February. I had my Semester exams and I could not read as much as I hoped which is why I am lagging behind in my Goodreads Goal for this year. But, I think I will be able to catch up in April.

Without delaying further, let me take you through my March Ride:

  • A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J Mass.

This book is set in the Fictional world of Prythian. This book was a spin-off from the original ACOTAR series.

My Rating: 5 stars.

I started March with my Most Anticipated read for 2021. I love Sarah J. Mass, she is the queen of the Fae world. I absolutely can read her books for the rest of my lives. I never want her to stop writing.

As we all know that this book has two most awaited POVs, Nesta’s and Cassian’s. After reading this thic book I fell in love with Cassian. TBH, the first books did not have enough about him and it was really amazing to know what an amazing yet fictional person he is.

It took me almost 15 days to finish the book, because I really wanted it not to end. I was sure I will face an existential crisis when I finish this book or I might get into a tremendous slump and I will not be able to read anymore because SJM writes such beautiful worlds that it is difficult to come out of. So, I took my time with it and I am thankful that I am not in a slump.

To know more about my journey with this book you can click here.

  • Red White and Royal Blue by Casey Mcquinston.

This book is set in England and America. It is a YA contemporary Romance with LGBTQIAP representation.

My Rating: 4 stars.

This was my second book for this month. I was putting this book on hold since a really long time. I have seen the BOOKSTAGRAM community Obsessing over this book and hyping it up so much. And, I have a love hate relationship with hyped books, ngl. But, you know what it was absolutely a cute book I was so happy to be a part of.

I was blown away with this book and the level of smut. I am a lover of smutty books btw, judge me all you want and I will not stop you. I absolutely adored Henry. I wish he was atleast bi and I would have loved to be his partner for as long as my soul took birth in this world. I am Indian, I am allowed to talk this way, come on. This book was so good that I want Casey Mcquinston to write my LOVE STORY, ma’am please?

Coming to the side characters, I am still in awe with Nora’s talent, she was everything I want to be. I loved that there was an Indian character introduced who ironically was working with the British Monarchy. I loved Zahra and June as well, they were so protective of Alex. And, Alex, so sassy all the time! This book made me feel every emotion that exists in this world.

The only thing that was off putting were the lengthy chapters and occasional American political theories which I could not relate to.

If you are a fan of smutty Sapphic romance look no further, this is the book for you. Also, if you are a new reader and you are looking for book recommendation you can definitely begin with reading this book.

To know my thoughts on this book, click here.


  • Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo.

This book is set in the Fictional world of Ketterdam which is a part of Grishaverse. This is the first Instalment to the duology.

My Rating: 4.5 stars.

This was the third book for the Month of March. I was really really disappointed by how the book began I was expecting a little more drama or action in the beginning. But there was none. There are six parts in this book and let me tell you I was really disappointed in the first part it was a lot of world building. And, when it comes to fantasy I love world building in the middle of the book with a flashback scene. I mean not always but I prefer that. If there is world building in the beginning it better be a fast paced one or not at all. So, yeah after a bumpy start the book picked up pace and turns out is one of the best books I have read.

One thing that I was disappointed to learn was that they were a bunch of teenagers which was really hard for me to believe, but then I imagined them older and everything worked out fine.

I absolutely recommend this book to heist lovers and people who love a good thriller / suspense book.

I am yet to come up with my full blog on this book, as soon as I do that I will link it here.

  • The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman.

This book is set in Lost Angeles, and is a YA Contemporary Romance book.

My Rating: 5 Stars.

So, let me tell you – Abbi Waxman, is my new favourite author. I loved this book, every page of it every minute of it and I adored the way the story unfurled. I related so much with the Protagonist, her love for book and that she was working in a book store and she wanted really less human interaction and that she preferred the fictional world better than the world she lived in.

I recommend the book to every book lover out there. You can definitely relate to this book.

The review of this book will be up by a week and I’ll link it here soon.

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