March 2023 TBR

My March 2023 tbr is going be short in book numbers, but long in pages. So, let’s talk about what I plan to read this month.



 In Oathbringer, the War of Reckoning comes to a sudden and destructive close as a new, far greater threat appears on the field of battle, kindled by the deadly Everstorm.

Dalinar and the Alethi forces take refuge in the legendary tower city of Urithiru, once home to the lost Knights Radiant. There, he and the newly raised Radiants must explore the mysteries of the legendary city to understand and train their powers. In doing so they must also face long-lost truths that could upend everything they think they know.

Humanity faces a new Desolation, and with the return of the Voidbringers. Unless the nations unite behind Dalinar, putting aside his blood-soaked past, even the restoration of the Knights Radiant will not prevent the end of civilization.

Weighing in at 1,248 pages I think Oathbringer is officially the longest book that I’ve ever read. I’m super excited to continue this series so I’m dedicating the whole month of March to this chunky book. Wish me luck.

So that’s the physical books on my March 2023 tbr. But I do plan to listen to some audiobooks too. So let me know a few of your favorites in the comments. I’m really loving non-fiction and true crime right now, so if you have any suggestions let me know.

Check out my February 2023 wrap up here.

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7 thoughts on “March 2023 TBR

  1. I hope that you enjoy Oathbringer. I loved it even though it was so long. I love the cover on this version. The UK ones are all very white and blue which I don’t like as much,

  2. I HOPE YOU ENJOY IT it sounds so interesting?? im not the biggest non-fiction fan BUT BECOMING BY MICHELLE OBAMA IS A FAVORITE OF MINE, if you havent read it yet!! HAVE THE BEST MARCH

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