Whatcha Reading? March 2022

By: OwlCrate .

Welcome back to Whatcha Reading? Our blog post gushing over some of the great books we've read each month!

Want even more great recs? Check out OwlCrate Jr's monthly wrap up as well!

The Ballad of Never After by Madeline Miller
The Ballad of Never After

This month I had the joy of reading an early copy of The Ballad of Never After by Stephanie Garber. This is the sequel to her amazing book, Once Upon a Broken Heart. I won't say too much for fear of spoiling the first book, but this sequel had so many twists and turns and magical moments. The dynamic between Evangeline and Jacks is so much fun. And the ending of this book was EPIC…I totally didn't see it coming and the way Stephanie pulled off the twist was so cool. I'll read anything Stephanie writes in this world and I think fans of OUABH will be pleased with this sequel. P.S. OwlCrate will also be creating a special edition of this book! More announcements coming soon!

— Korrina

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We Ride Upon Sticks by Quan Barry
We Ride Upon Sticks
We Ride Upon Sticks was a delight! I'm not particularly sporty, but I love reading about sports in fiction. Now add the fact that not only is this book about a field hockey team, it's also about said field hockey team potentially using dark magic to help them win. Oh, and it's set in the 80s in the town of the original witch trials. *chef's kiss*

Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson
Nothing to See Here

This book warmed my soul, as if sitting next to a fire one might say. Nothing To See Here follows Lillian as she accepts a job looking after twin siblings who have a remarkable, and off-putting to some, trait. They spontaneously light on fire. It truly took me by surprise how much I adored this book. It's clever, funny, and just full of love. Highly recommend!



— Cori

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Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover
Reminders of Him

My sister ended up buying this book, actually and I am so happy she did! When she finished reading this she left it in the living room so of course I had to pick it up. I had a feeling I would read a couple of chapters and call it a day - but I ended up reading about 150 pages in one sitting! I had shivers down my spine countless times and not crying was a serious challenge (in a great way). Long story short: you must read this book yesterday.



— Jaclyn

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Tweet Cute by Emma Lord
Tweet Cute

The second half of March had me in a reading slump and this cute story was the cure! It had everything I love - set in New York, anonymous email romance, clever snarkiness and that good ole friends to lovers trope with a dash of Romeo and Juliet. Also, the most amazing baked goods I have ever heard of. Pepper and Jack attend the same high school and, not knowing who they really are outside of school, they end up in a snarky Twitter war defending their family businesses. It’s fabulous. The audiobook was pretty much a one-day listen for me and I loved every minute of it!

— Crystal

What great books have you read lately? Let us know in the comments!

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