Hi there, I can’t believe it’s already April. I love spring, it seems like the world is waking up and I’m longing to a rather ‘normal’ summer. In Belgium, we are again in a four-week ‘lockdown’, but in the beginning of March I still managed to go to the office and visit the library, hooray!
Number of pages read: 1.518 pages
Number of books finished: 4
Favorite read: Warriors of the storm by Bernard Cornwell
Centuries visited: 10th century, 16th century, 17th century, 20th century and 21th century
Countries visited: England and America
Currently reading: I’ll finish Winter pilgrims by Toby Clemens somewhere this week
Next up: The mercies, I could finally get my hands on this one in the library
I finished the strange adventures of H at the beginning of the month and enjoyed it. I’ll keep an eye on any new books from Sarah Burton. Then I started Amenable women from my 2021 TBR, but it turned out a huge disappointment. Luckily, the adventures of Uhtred in 10th century England enhanced my spirits again. Warriors of the storm is the 9th installment in the saxon series, but every bit as good as the first one. I read the color purple for the classics club and finished it in less than a week. Such an important story to be told.
- The fire court by Andrew Taylor
- The strange adventures of H by Sarah Burton
- The queen’s dressmaker by Meghan Masterson
- Howards End by E.M. Forster
- The boyfriend and I finally started the first season of The Crown. Late to the party, we know.
Added to my TBR
- The flame bearer by Bernard Cornwell. No explanation needed here, I guess :D.
- After having read so many great reviews of ‘Daughters of the night’, I want to try this series myself. And I’d start off with the first book Blood and sugar.
- The damask rose by Carol McGrath about Eleanor of Castilië will be published in April.
- When looking for Toby Clemens in the library, I came across Catherine Clemens’ ‘the crimson ribbon‘. A story set during the English civil war. I didn’t take it home this time, but I might during one of my next visits.
Links I enjoyed
What was your favourite March read?