March was a light reading month for me, with only four books completed, though one of those was 650 pages. Here's what I read in March:
- The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon, fiction (New York)
- Allegiant by Veronica Roth, YA dystopian fiction (Illinois)
- The Last Present by Wendy Mass, middle-grade fiction
- Gap Creek by Robert Morgan, historical fiction (South Carolina)
Only four books, all fiction, but a nice range of age groups, and I enjoyed them all. I think my favorite of the month was The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, which I ended up liking much more than I expected to.
Update on 2014 Reading Challenges:
I added just one state to my Where Are You Reading Challenge 2014 this month. For the third month in a row, I read just ONE book from my TBR shelves for my 2014 TBR Pile Reading Challenge. I really need to stop getting books out of the library and get cracking on all the books I already have! I listened to one more audio book for my 2014 Audio Book Challenge, so that one's going well so far. I finally read one nonfiction book! Still not a single classic, though.
What was your favorite book read in March?