Sundown Rundown – March 2020

Hello, book cult!

The sun is setting not only on this day but on March.  It’s been a hell of a month. The greenery is finally returning, proving that spring is well on its way. Though with the pandemic of COVID-19, we’ve all been stuck indoors, which stinks, but it is for the greater good. For me, I’ve been tackling my TBR harder than ever. It’s all I can do to not get totally consumed by anxiety. Keep your chins high and remember to take deep breaths in times of great worry. Do whatever you can to help as well as keep yourself safe. My heart is with all of you at this time.

So, at the end of the day, trying to relax. I don’t about you, but I’ve myself a strong drink and am imagining a beautiful sunset to watch while I drink it. Since we’re all relaxed, let’s run through this month’s books and give you a chance to catch up on reviews you might’ve missed. So take a scroll on through. Who knows, you may find one to add to your TBR.


Author: Sophocles
Scarlet Reader

Amid tragedy, a woman courageously sticks it the man and gives her brother a proper burial though it means a tragic death for herself.


Children of Virtue and Vengeance
Author: Tomi Adeyemi
The Scarlet Readerr

Zellie and Amari face difficult choices after magic returns and a war brews across Orisha. It’ll threaten to tear them apart and destroy them.


The Wide Window
Author: Lemony Snicket
Scarlet Reader

The Baudelaires move in with their Aunt Josephine. Fear is redefined in this installment of ASOUE.


The Morganville Vampires Vol. 3: Lord of Misrule & Carpe Corpus
Author: Rachel Caine
Scarlet Reader

A deadly and dangerous war between vampires ensnares Caire Danvers, her friends, and all of Morganville. The end goal? Survive.


Ash Princess
Author: Laura Sebastian

ash princess

A princess rises from the ash and uses the only weapon she’s got-her mind-to take what’s rightfully hers. Her kingdom and throne.


The Girls
Author: Emma Cline
Scarlet Reader

A summer of finding oneself and freedom turns into something deadly.


Favorite Book This Month: while Morganville Vampires is always a winner and always will be, I’m going with Children of Virtue & Vengeance. It so different from the book before it and I could feel the conflict and emotional breakage to my bones

Least Favorite This Month: Antigone takes the cake but only because of difficulty rating and because I had to choose. In all honesty, it’s a fantastic read.

There you have it, lovelies! Keep a lookout for the Midnight Tease for April to see what’s coming up next.

More to come soon…



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