Books I Want to Read in March 2021

Hey guys! Today I’m sharing with you the books I want to read in March 2021 and it has one of my most anticipated books (you can probably guess which one)! I’m hoping I’ve overcome the horrible slump I was in in February and that I can get a lot of books read but we’ll see. I’ve picked out six books that I’d like to read and here they are:

Don’t Wake Up by Liz Lawler: I’ve been wanting to read this one for so long and I finally caved and bought it. I’m currently reading it now and so far it’s pretty interesting. The synopsis really hooks you in with “Alex Taylor wakes up tied to an operating table. The man who stands over her isn’t a doctor.” I’m really curious to see what happens with this one and how reliable the main character is!

Chain of Iron by Cassandra Clare: I don’t currently have a copy of this but I’ll be reading it as soon as my copy arrives! I loved the first book so much and I’m really excited to continue the journey with these characters in Chain of Iron. I have no idea what’s going to happen but I’m sure Cassie will have a few shocking twists up her sleeve.

The Invitation by A.M. Castle: We all know that I’m a sucker for books like this so I couldn’t resist requesting a copy and I’m really happy to be part of the blog tour. It’s about thirteen friends becoming trapped on a island and there’s a killer amongst them. It sounds like Lucy Foley’s The Hunting Party. It has good reviews so far so I’m really looking to reading it!

Into the Water by Paula Hawkins: Sadly, I didn’t get to this one in February, as well as a few other books, but since this has been on my TBR for years I really would like to read it this month.

I Know What I Saw by S.K. Sharp: I won this in a giveaway on Twitter! I couldn’t resist entering because it seems like a really unique thriller. The main character, Nicola, has a truly perfect memory and she must use that to solve a murder but will she be able to piece the clues together to uncover the killer? That already sounds like a really intriguing way to tell a story and also shed some light on hyperthymesia. I can’t wait to start this one!

Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell: Yet another book that I didn’t get to in February! Since I don’t want to break one of my reading resolution’s before I’ve barely begun, I’ll be keeping this on my TBR pile. Hopefully I can get to it this month.

So these are the books I’d like to read in March. I don’t want to pick out too many in case I fall back into a slump so hopefully these should keep me reading. What books are you picking up this month? Feel free to leave a comment below. I hope you enjoyed this post and thank you so much for reading!

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