Thank goodness for Audible, or I would've completely failed at reading this month! It was a very busy March, and I had things going on every weekend. So I really just didn't have much time to sit down and actually read a book.
Alas, here's what I did "read" in March:
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I really loved this book! I think it might be tied with FanGirl for my favorite Rainbow Rowell book.
I also listened to this one on Audible. I was thrilled that the narrator from FanGirl and Landline was back to read Eleanor's sections of the book. I liked that this book had a male narrator for Park's sections of the book.
I honestly don't have anything specific that I liked or disliked about the story. I just really enjoyed the book! Really deep, I know. But that's how it is. :)
Tarnish by Katherine Longshore
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I can't say that I loved this book, but I did like it. Tarnish is the story of Anne Boleyn before she becomes fully entangled with King Henry VIII.
I have read book after book on Henry VIII English court, many of them by Philippa Gregory, and I've read many others about Anne Boleyn. I felt like this one didn't quite "fit" with what I feel I've learned about her through other authors. Of course, this is historical FICTION, and a lot of what is presented in the books I've read is speculation. I think that overall, the other books I've read by different authors have paralleled each other more.
Since I listened to this book on Audible, I can say that I did enjoy the narrator.