February Recap/ March 👀

Quick List of Top Books for February… then some posts to look forward to for March. Trying to get a rhythm at work and looking forward to Spring Break.

Here’s the best I read this month:

Astronauts: Women on the Final Frontier by Jim Ottaviani & Maris Wicks

Astronauts belongs in all middle and high school libraries. Young women in STEM curriculums will eat this up, and it will bring more young people to science and tech careers. I already talked to the librarian and physics teacher at my school about this book!

The Rome of Fall by Chad Alan Gibbs

Pick this up for lots of laughs, some bitter-sweet symphony feels, and a heavy dose of one guy with a guitar, a notebook, and that one girl.

Along the Razor’s Edge by Rob J. Hayes

I loved the setup and it was one of the quickest second half reads I’ve had in awhile. Hayes does a great job breaking up the worldbuilding into a series of flashbacks at the beginning of most of the chapters. It’s spread out so it adds to the mystery and depth of the magic system and this badass character.

Read Along the Razor’s Edge for a sinister tale of revenge in a deep hole where the inmates are supposed to be forgotten.

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Will you be reading any of these? Have you read them already? What are you reading this month?

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  1. Nice list! I am not reading any of these this month (though I will probably get to Razor’s Edge at some point). I am reading The Broken Queen (Sarah Kozloff, Nine Realms #3), A Hero Born, and Harrow the Ninth to start off the month.

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