March TBR

Friday, 2 March 2018

Welcome Back!

Another TBR for you today, I'll be finished placement by the end of this month and will, hopefully, have some most content then, but for now - the books I'll be reading in March!

This month isn't very different, my TBR is focused very much on my E-Arc's which are being released in the coming weeks/months - Reviews coming soon!

The Girl With More Than One Heart by Laura Geringer Bass

Category: Children's Fiction
Publication Date: 17/4/18


When Briana’s father dies of a heart attack, she feels a new heart grow inside her. Through this heart, her father’s voice guides her through her grief and helps her navigate her new, not-so-normal life at home.
When her mother’s own grief becomes overpowering, Briana feels like she’s responsible for her autistic little brother, Aaron. Spending much of her time and energy caring for Aaron, she wonders: Did his special needs hurt her father’s very fragile heart? The voice of Briana’s “new heart” helps her to cope with the messy uncertainties, as she balances her first feelings of romance, making new friends, and following her dream of writing for the school newspaper. And as Briana finds strength and knowledge in herself, she’s finally able to let go of her new heart and rely solely on her own.

The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter

Category: Thriller/Suspense


This story follows Charlie, who suffered a trauma during her childhood, with her sister Sam. The premise is that both girls are led into the woods at gunpoint, one runs and one is left behind. Twenty-eight years later, Charlie is now a defence-attorney and witnesses another tragedy in her hometown. This brings back all of the awful memories that Charlie has spent years trying to suppress, but she knows that they can't stay buried forever.

Final Girls by Riley Sager

Category: Thriller


Another thriller, and apparently one of the best of 2017! This book is said to be similar to the slasher films of the 90's and early 2000's, like scream. And, if you know me, I LOVE slasher movies - so this one sounded like it was made for me. 

It follows three final girls, Quincy, Lisa and Sam, who each survived different traumatic experiences. Quincy is finally recovering from her attack, when she finds out that the first final girl, Lisa is dead and the second, Sam appears on her doorstep. Quincy is forced to relive the past and find out what really happened ten years ago.

You can follow my progress on my Goodreads: Here!

So, do you guys have a TBR for March, what are you wanting to read the most? Let me know down below!

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