March TBR 2019

Stack of books showing their spines to the camera

How did we get into March so quickly?! One of my goals this month is to try and read a bit more. I lost the will to read over the course of my PhD and now I’m ready to get back into the swing of things – so without further ado, I bring you my March TBR.

Just a heads up that some of the books on my list have been kindly gifted to me are are denoted with a *.

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton

Evelyn Hardcastle is murdered at a party at her family manor and Aiden Bishop needs to find out who committed the crime. The only problem is every time he falls asleep he wakes up as a different guest making the investigation more difficult.

I’ve heard so much about this book and am finally determined to sit down with it and see how I fare.

The Queens of Innis Lear – Tessa Gratton *

A modern day retelling of Shakespeare’s King Lear. A prophecy obsessed King has drained the magic of Innis Lear and his three daughters are determined to return the land to full power. However, the King refuses to pick an heir until the prophecies align on the longest night but they have other plans.

I was kindly gifted this from Harper Voyager through the SBCollective. I love a good fantasy novel and I love a good retelling so this seems right up my street.

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