Monthly Review (March 2009)

Holy crap, I read even more this month than I did last month! I read so much I fell behind in my reviews, and now I’m kinda intimidated. Er.

Reading Stats
25 total books read
16 total books reviewed
6 ebooks
0 audiobooks
19 pbooks

12 were by authors new to me
0 were rereads!

2 had vampires
4 had dragons
1 had aliens

Reading Challenges Status Updates
Read Your Own Books 2009 (+2, 17/25)
Seafaring Challenge II (+1, 1/10)
Support Your Local Library Challenge (+9, 13/25)

Continue under the jump to see what reviews I posted in March, plus March eBook Wednesday posts!
Reviews Posted
YA Fiction
All-American Girl by Meg Cabot (2002)
Anastasia, Absolutely by Lois Lowry (1997)
The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart (2007)
Nation by Terry Pratchett (2008)
The Teashop Girls by Laura Schaefer (2008)
Theater Shoes by Noel Streatfeild (1945)
The Vanishing Chip by Mark Delaney (1998)

YA Fantasy/Paranormal
The Alchemyst by Michael Scott (2007)
Hexwood by Diana Wynne Jones (1993)
The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan (2005)
The Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan (2006)
The Titan’s Curse by Rick Riordan (2007)
Vampire Beach #1 & 2 by Alex Duval (2006)

YA Sci-Fi
Only You Can Save Mankind by Terry Pratchett (1992)

YA Mystery
Down the Rabbit Hole by Peter Abrahams (2006)

Urban Fantasy
Blood Engines by T.A. Pratt (2007)

Books Still Needing to Be Reviewed (something to look forward to!)
Assassin’s Apprentice – Robin Hobb
The Battle of the Labyrinth – Rick Riordan
Black Powder War – Naomi Novik
The Children of Green Knowe – L.M. Boston
The Escape From Home – Avi
The Golden Compass – Philip Pullman
His Majesty’s Dragon – Naomi Novik
Peter and the Starcatchers – Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
The Subtle Knife – Philip Pullman
Throne of Jade – Naomi Novik
The Treasure of Green Knowe – L.M. Boston
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – L. Frank Baum

eBook Wednesdays
March 4: Amazon launches Kindle app for iPhone
March 18: Fear is the ebook-killer.

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