Sundown Rundown – March 2021

Hey there, book cult!

I hope March has been good to you. For me, it’s been a bit of both. I got pulled under a dark storm-cloud of anxiety, stress, and depression for a little while, but I’m doing much better now, thank the gods. Also, I’ve been trying to get caught up on so much and get some energy back into my life. With the sun now being back on our side, I feel like I’ve got a shot. LOL. We’ll see. I’m just glad the storm is passed because it was touch and go there a bit.

That being lifted off my chest, I want to get something else out real quick. I want to bring attention to the nasty hate crimes that are hitting my country at the moment. From police brutality to racism to actual hate crime. It is utterly despicable and deplorable what is going on and I implore you to open your hearts and treat others with kindness. we live in a world where we don’t have to make things this way, this dark. This is a country that has been built upon many cultures and races. We need to move forward not be falling backwards like this. Lift others up, stick up for them. We are still struggling with a pandemic, we shouldn’t be hurting others on top of it. Live with an open heart.

End of the “real quick”.

So, the sun is setting and the month is at a close. While taking the time to wind down after a long day, go ahead and take a scroll to catch up on reviews you might’ve missed this month.

The End (ASOUE #13)

Author: Lemony Snicket


The Baudelaires come to the end of their journey where they find answers to some of their long-time questions whereas some remain a mystery. Secrets about their parents are discovered and help them make a decision that marks the end of these unfortunate events and the beginning of a new journey altogether.

BTVS: Omnibus Vol. 2

Author: Joss Whedon

Taking place between season two and three, Buffy gets a taste of another apocalypse while Spike and Drusilla had a bumpy phase in their relationship.

Escape Room

Author: Maren Stoffels

Penguin Random House

Four teens enter the escape room expecting a night of fun but what they got was a night of terror and unexpected secrets and truths revealed that change everything between them.

Maus I A Survivor’s Tale: My Father Bleeds History

Author: Art Speigelman


In graphic novel form comes a brutal tale of the author’s father’s time during the Holocaust from the start to entering Auschwitz and how it still affected him in the present and his relationship with his son.

The Book of Life

Author: Deborah Harkness


The epic conclusion to the All Soul’s Trilogy. Diana is determined to findthe Book or Life while Matthew mo=ust put an end to his son Benjamin

Favorite book this month: The Book of Life was definitely my favorite. Sure, it took me almost all month to read it, but it truly swallowed me whole and I got so lost in the magic, romance, and incredible storytelling. It was so beautiful.

Least favorite book this month: Escape Room had so much potential and yet it just fell flat. Sometimes that happens.

See you, loves, next month!

More to come soon…


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