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Reading Wrap Up | March 2020

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Hey guys!
Wasn’t March the longest month ever? I cannot get over how much it dragged. Feels like a year instead of a month.

 

 Firstly I read Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

Mrs Dalloway (Penguin Modern Classics): Amazon.co.uk: Virginia ...

This was for a Modernist class, I don’t really have much to say about this. I read it for academic purposes, not pleasure. I will be writing about it in an essay, it’s pretty interesting to study. Woolf’s writing style is a drag though.


Next, I listened to an audiobook: Black Girl Unlimited by Echo Brown*

Black Girl Unlimited: The Remarkable Story of a Teenage Wizard ...(Gifted by Libro.fm)

This was not what I was expecting at all. It was an incredibly touching read.
It’s a memoir, based on the author’s life with a fantasy twist.
There’s a lot going on in this one, definitely check the trigger warnings (I put some in my review)

Rating: 4 Stars
Full review here!


Heartstopper Vol 1 by Alice Oseman

Heartstopper Vol 2 by Alice Oseman

Recap: 'Heartstopper' Vol 1 + 2 by Alice Oseman | The Nerd Daily
I definitely needed a light, fluffy read after Black Girl Unlimited and all the coronavirus stuff going on. This was perfect. It was adorable!!
I bought the first one on kindle since it was only 99p, I’d heard loads of good things so I thought why not!
The second one I used the app Tapas, which has it broken up into little episodes. (This is where it was originally published, I believe) It’s completely free to read there!

Rating: 5 Stars (for both)
Reviews coming soon!

How was March for you? Any new favourites?

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