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Top 3 Books in March

Hello everyone!

Sorry about writing this only now. My top 3 picks wholly slipped from my mind with all what is going on. March was a weird month for me, there was a lot of good books to choose from, but when it came to actual choosing, I only had one clear winner.

  1. Awakenings by Oliver Sacks. A wonderfully eyeopening book that let me immerse into the patients’ lives before and after the sleeping sickness and l-dopa drug. Oliver Sacks writes so beautifully about his patients, treating them as human beings who have wants and needs. A must-read.
  2. The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett. I usually don’t recommend my rereads, but Tifanny Aching books are touching and so well written than I cannot pass them.
  3. Night Watch by Terry Pratchett. Now some of you might question the order of these last two books. But this time around, I got more out of Tifanny’s first thoughts, second thoughts, and third thoughts than Vimes and revolution. Don’t get me wrong, Night Watch is a fantastic book, and I love it. But I’m in such a mood that witches and blue men go before hard-boiled eggs. Night Watch is a reread as well, as I wrote a weird month and two Pratchett on my top 3. I usually give others a fair fighting chance, because Discworld books are on their own league, but odd things happen. If you haven’t read either of these books, shoo, go and read some quality writing.

Thank you for reading! Have a bookish day ❤

P.S. Those who wonder why corgis always accompany these posts, it is as much of a mystery to me as to you.

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