52 Books in 2014: March's Books

After an impressive start to the year (see January and February's long list of books) I have slowed to what I think is a much more realistic pace, six books in one month. One was read as a paperback,  the other five on my Kindle. One was by a self-published author and there was one work of non-fiction.
Go to my Goodreads profile  to read the reviews. (You'll see I didn't get a photo of We Are All Made Of Glue, which I read in paperback far too quickly and left in Gatwick Airport for someone to enjoy before I could snap a photo, so instead I stole a photo from last month's book photos!)

Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup (As a side note I watched the film shortly after reading the book and I think the novel is significantly better!)
We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Dancing Shadows, Tramping Hooves by Dianne Ascroft*
We Are All Made of Glue by Marina Lewycka    

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Frances M. Thompson

Londoner turned wanderer, Frankie is an author, freelance writer and blogger. Currently based in Amsterdam, Frankie was nomadic for two years before settling down with her Australian partner and having a baby boy in July 2015. She collects vintage clothes, loves 70s disco music and writes stories that move you.
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