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3 Months 5 Stars

Today I’m starting a new series where every three months I go back and look at my five star reads and share what they were and what my main reactions to them are now – like what stands out the most even now. I thought this would be a good reflection piece and might be useful for you all to see since I haven’t started doing ratings yet.

There are always ratings on my Goodreads reviews if you’re curious though! Follow or friend me to see what I think. For ease of searching, I thought it would be good to separate them in terms of genre!


This year I’ve been reading way more fantasy than I ever thought. If you had ever asked me I would have assumed I read more SF, but this year has been proving me wrong quite spectacularly.

Science Fiction

Welcome to my very meager SF list. I don’t know what is responsible for the drop in SF books this year, but whatever it is, I hope to address it in the coming months.


My contemporary reading is really going strong! I’m glad to use contemporary to break up the fantasy and for the month of March it’s been working out really well!

And Among the Red Stars by Gwen C Katz which is historical fiction so didn’t fit in anywhere because I only had this 5 star historical fiction pick!


What have you read so far that has been 5 stars for you?

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8 thoughts on “3 Months 5 Stars

  1. Five star reads for me so far were I’ll Meet You There by Heather Demetrios, No Place Like Here by Christina June and To Have and to Hold by Arell Rivers

  2. I’ve also been reading more fantasy this year. I am enjoying the awesome world-building and characters more than I thought.

  3. Wow, that’s quite some list! I’ve starting to intersperse my fave genre (crime/psych thrillers) with something quite different every now and than as well. I don’t want to get to used to an author’s style in case I predict the twists!

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