The top 8 books to read in March 2020

Here are

The top 8 books
I plan to read in March 2020

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CURRENTLY READING

    Hard-boiled wonderland

 Lessons From Walden 

📚 Theological Territories: A David Bentley Hart Digest
Received for review through Edelweiss
Release date: April 15, by University of Notre Dame Press

See my notes so far

📚 Hard-Boiled Womderland and the End of the World
Reading with the Murakami online book club,
and for the Japanese Literature Challenge #13

📚 Lessons from Walden
Expected publication: March 30th 2020 by Pepperman Taylor
Received for review through Edelweiss Plus

📚 Le Pendu de Saint-Pholien
Maigret #4, by Georges Simenon.
Readalong with one of my French students.

READING NEXT

  Inhabitation Summer of Reckoning

📚 Inhabitation
Received for review through Edelweiss
Release date: July 2019!
Will be reading for the Japanese Literature Challenge #13

📚 Summer of Reckoningby Marion Brunet, translated from the French
Expected publication: April 15, 2020 by Bitter Lemon
Received for review

CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS

  Au soleil redouté The Mysterious Affair at Styles

📚 Au Soleil redouté
The latest French thriller by Michel Bussi

📚 The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1920)
Will be listening for The Classics Club
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Hercule Poirot’s first appearance, I plan on listening to the whole canon, at least start this year. I have already read some, but it will be interested to listen to all of them in order.

CURRENT GIVEAWAYS

Listed on the homepage

List of books I can swap with yours

PLANS FOR MARCH

📚 Read at last 2 more books for the Japanese Literature challenge

📚 Now that I seem to have a good pace for my reading/reviewing, I plan on visiting classics I read last yer and never reviewed.

📚 Update my Links page!

Eiffel Tower Orange

HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR MARCH?

 

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5 thoughts on “The top 8 books to read in March 2020

  1. I think listening to all the Hercule Poirot books would be so fun! I listened to Murder on the Orient Express last year and Dan Stevens was a fantastic narrator.

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