My Month is Booked (March 2024): Graphic Novels, Fantasy, and “True Crime”

Posted March 12, 2024 by shooting in Book Review / 2 Comments

Time for March’s My Month is Booked. Link up your book reviews below and be sure to visit others.

Bloodmarked by Tracy Deonn

This is the second book in the Legendborn series. I liked the first book, though I did feel like it starts off slow. Bloodmarked was just slow throughout for me. I ended up giving it three stars, because I like certain characters and aspects. However, I’m not sure I’ll read book three whenever it does come out. For those that don’t know, this is a YA fantasy series that integrates Arthurian legends into a modern day tale.

Huda F Are You? by Huda Fahmy

This was an interesting graphic novel. While parts of the story are based on the author’s own life, it’s not a strict memoir. However, it’s still interesting to see how the main character learned to find themselves after moving to a place that had more Muslims. She was used to being the girl in the hijab, but now she’s trying to see if she’s an athlete, a gamer, or something else. I wish there was a bit more to the story, but it was well done!

Kill Show: A True Crime Novel by Daniel Sweren-Becker

This was a really good mystery novel. If you’ve read Daisy Jones and the Six, then you know the format it’s told in – aka oral history/interview style. This won’t work for everyone but I loved it. Everyone is being interviewed ten years after the disappearance of a sixteen year-old girl and how this essentially changed the lives of a lot of people. It sucked me in and kept me reading. It’s a quick book, especially with the unique format. I liked that there are a few of “mysteries” throughout the book so you don’t feel like you ever know the full story until the end.


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