Books I Read March, 2018

I read way too many books this month, going from 14 books last month to 23 books this month. So…yeah, I may have a problem (my reading addiction is getting worse, guys!). Though, in my defense, some of these were short stories!

1 Star

1 star

The Austen Escape by Katherine Reay (released Nov. 2017)
Falling Through Time (Scarab #1) by Helen Allan (released Jan. 2018)

2 Star

2 stars

The Chalk Man by C. J. Tudor (released Jan. 2018) (my review here)
Stonehenge: The Story of a Sacred Landscape by Francis Pryor (released July 2016)
Prudence (The Custard Protocol #1) by Gail Carriger (released March 2015)
The Nightmare Man (The Messy Man #1) by Chris Sorensen (released Jan. 2018)
What I’ve Learned So Far: Four Decades of Photography by Don Giannatti (released Feb. 2018)
• “The Transition of Juan Romero” by H. P. Lovecraft (released 1944) (short story)

3 Star

3 stars

China: A Concise History by Milton W. Meyer (released June 1994)
The Belles (The Belles #1) by Dhonielle Clayton (released Feb. 2018)
• “Intrigue in Capri” (Amory Ames #3.5) by Ashley Weaver (released Aug. 2017) (short story)
The First Emperor of China by Arthur Cotterell (released 1981)
The Weirder Side Of Paris: A Guide to 101 Bizarre, Bloodstained, or Macabre Sights, From the Merely Eccentric to the Downright Ghoulish by Susanne Alleyn (released July 2017)
Murder on Fifth Avenue (Gaslight Mystery #14) by Victoria Thompson (released May 2012)

4 Star

4 stars

A Most Novel Revenge (Amory Ames #3) by Ashley Weaver (released Oct. 2016)
The Essence of Malice (Amory Ames #4) by Ashley Weaver (released Sep. 2017)
• “Beneath” by Perrin Brier (released Jan. 2018) (short story)
On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service by Rhys Bowen (released Aug. 2017)
The Golden Peacock by Lauren B. Grossman (released June 2014) (my review here)
Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (released 1818) (my review here)

5 Star

5 stars

Carnegie’s Maid by Marie Benedict (released Jan. 2018) (my review here)
Mez’s Magic (The Lost Rainforest #1) by Eliot Schrefer (released Jan. 2018)
Discovering the Feminine Genius: Every Woman’s Journey by Katrino J. Zeno (released Jan. 2010)

What books did you read this month? Did you read any of these? Let me know down in the comments, follow my blog for more madness, and, as always,

Best wishes in your life full of adventure,

Madame Writer

10 thoughts on “Books I Read March, 2018

  1. I also read The Austen Escape and blogged on it, I think last August. I remember saying that I liked Dear Mr. Knightley. Have you read that one? Predictable but an easy read. It was a take off on an old book called Daddy Longlegs.
    Just want you to know how much I enjoy reading your site.

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    1. Yes. I just found it so cliched, predictable, and weird that I didn’t enjoy it, but it was a light read and I can understand how many might find it enjoyable. It’s all about personel taste, I suppose!


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