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March 2023 | What to Read this Month
March 7, 2023
1873. At an abandoned château on the outskirts of Paris, a dark séance is about to take place, led by acclaimed spiritualist Vaudeline D’Allaire. Known worldwide for her talent in conjuring the spirits of murder victims to ascertain the identities of the people who killed them, she is highly sought after by widows and investigators alike.
Lenna Wickes has come to Paris to find answers about her sister’s death, but to do so, she must embrace the unknown and overcome her own logic-driven bias against the occult. When Vaudeline is beckoned to England to solve a high-profile murder, Lenna accompanies her as an understudy. With shared determination, the women find companionship that perhaps borders on something more. And as they team up with the powerful men of London’s exclusive Séance Society to solve the mystery, they begin to suspect that they are not merely out to solve a crime, but perhaps entangled in one themselves…
March 7, 2023
Upper Elementary/ Middle Grade Fiction, Fantasy, Myth, Adventure
Kyro is a star shepherd. He’s spent his life tucked away on the outskirts of town. There, he and his father watch the night sky and race to rescue any that fall, catapulting them back into the sky.
When too many stars fall all at once, and terrible dark creatures start to appear in the forest by their home, Kyro knows something is terribly wrong. Kyro’s father journeys far to report what has happened but doesn’t return.
Determined to find his father and stop the stars’ light from going out for good, Kyro, along with his trusy dog, Cypher, and his friend, Andra, must find the cause of the threat before it’s too late.
Which ones will you be reading this month?
Note: Many of our books were read courtesy of NetGalley ARCs. While this does give us a sneak peak all suggestions and opinions are our own – we have no obligation to provide positive reviews. We will never recommend books we would not read ourselves or share with our own family. Additionally, italicized descriptions are from the publisher. Throughout the month we are so excited to discuss our opinions on all these picks – please join us here, on our Bookstagram, and in our Facebook discussion group!