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March 5, 2019

Monthly Reading // March TBR (To-Be-Read)

march tbr

After so long of not planning any TBR, I decided this month I shall start doing it again. The reason I stop doing this monthly TBR is that I'm a mood reader so, I pick whichever books that I think I feel like I want to read but right now, I feel like I need to organize myself to plan ahead what books should I read. By doing this, I could easily track my reading to see what books I have read, how many books I have read and out of all these books which one is my most favourite of that month (this I'm going to share with you in my blog every end of the month or early of the new month.). Honestly, I'm excited to do this again.

Now, without me delaying your time, let's get into the books I plan to read in March;

March TBR 2019

🎈 Defy The Stars (Constellation #1) by Claudia Gray
Source: Own

Short blurbs: "Noemi and Abel are enemies in an interstellar war, forced by chance to work together as they embark on a daring journey through the stars. Their efforts would end the fighting for good, but they're not without sacrifice. The stakes are even higher than either of them first realized, and the more time they spend together, the more they're forced to question everything they'd been taught was true."

🎈 Clockwork Prince (The Infernal Devices #2) by Cassandra Clare
Source: Received from Books2Door

Short blurbs: "Tessa finds her heart drawn more and more to Jem, but her longing for Will, despite his dark moods, continues to unsettle her. But something is changing in Will—the wall he has built around himself is crumbling. Could finding the Magister free Will from his secrets and give Tessa the answers about who she is and what she was born to do?"

🎈 Immoral Code by Lilian Clark
Source: e-ARC from PRH International

Short blurbs: "For Nari, aka Narioka Diane, aka hacker digital alter ego “d0l0s," it’s college and then a career at “one of the big ones," like Google or Apple. Keagan, her sweet, sensitive boyfriend, is happy to follow her wherever she may lead. Reese is an ace/aro visual artist with plans to travel the world. Santiago is off to Stanford on a diving scholarship, with very real Olympic hopes. And Bellamy? Physics genius Bellamy is admitted to MIT—but the student loan she’d been counting on is denied when it turns out her estranged father—one Robert Foster—is loaded."

🎈 Malamander (Malamander #1) by Thomas Taylor
Source: Review copy from Pansing

Short blurbs: "Malamander is told from the perspective of Herbert Lemon, the Lost-and-Founder of the Grand Nautilus Hotel, who tries to unite objects that have been left at the hotel with their owners. Other characters in the story include Violet Palma, who is lost and needs to be found, and the eponymous Malamander, who controls people’s dreams."

🎈 Royal Tour (Potion #2) by Amy Alward
Source: Own

Short blurbs: "Having saved Princess Evelyn (and become her new BFF) Sam must accompany Evelyn on a world tour, so she can keep the princess (and everyone around her) safe with a power-binding potion. But Sam also has another reason to scour the globe. Someone has tampered with her grandad's mind, and Sam is the only one who can unlock his memories to save him and the family business. And that's not all that's at stake. The stolen memories contain the recipe to a potion which many would kill to get hold of. With the post powerful people in the world desperate for the recipe, Sam must save her grandad in order to save everyone else.."

🎈 The Burning by Laura Bates
Source: Review copy from Pansing

Short blurbs: "There’s nothing to trace Anna back to her old life. Nothing to link her to the ‘incident’.
At least that’s what she thinks … until the whispers start up again. As time begins to run out on her secrets, Anna finds herself irresistibly drawn to the tale of Maggie, a local girl accused of witchcraft centuries earlier. A girl whose story has terrifying parallels to Anna’s own…"

🎈 The Little Grey Girl (The Wild Magic Trilogy #2) by Celine Kiernan
Source: Review copy from Pansing

Short blurbs: "The queen and her raggedy witches have fled, but the kingdom is not yet healed. The castle is haunted by memories of its brutal past. The ghosts are angry, and one of them in particular possesses a magic which may be too much for even Mup and Mam to handle."

🎈 The Night Tiger by Yangsze Choo
Source: Review copy from Pansing

Short blurbs: "As the 49 days tick down, and a prowling tiger wreaks havoc on the town, Ji Lin and Ren's lives intertwine in ways they could never have imagined. Propulsive and lushly written, The Night Tiger explores colonialism and independence, ancient superstition and modern ambition, sibling rivalry and first love. Braided through with Chinese folklore and a tantalizing mystery, this novel is a page-turner of the highest order."

🎈 The Time Travel Diaries (Time Travel Diaries #1) by Caroline Lawrence
Source: Review copy from Pansing

Short blurbs: "Billionaire Solomon Daisy is obsessed with the skeleton of a blue-eyed girl from Roman London. He has managed to invent a Time Machine so that he can go and find her, but it's estimated that for each hour spent in the past, the time traveller's life will be shortened so Solomon recruits a potential child time traveller: Alex Papas, a twelve-year-old boy who knows a smattering of Greek and Latin."


That's all books I'm planning to read this month and hopefully, I will stick to my March TBR. I am currently reading two books right now that is The Little Grey Girl by Celine Kiernan and Immoral Code by Lillian Clark.




what about you


🍜How many books have you plan to read this month? 
🍜 Any books that fancy you to pick to read from the title selection I have shared above?

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Eyqa Zaque said...

I dont wanna plan cause my mood is totally everywhere. Haha. You have a great selection of books there fatina, cant wait for the review. :D

Shahida Dzulkafli said...

Uish.. menarik.. The Night Tiger dan The Time Travel Diaries tu nampak best..

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