New Book of the Month: March 2021
Hey there fellow readers and eaters!
I hope everyone enjoyed February's Book of the Month The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab. If you haven't finished it yet, or it is on your To-Be-Read list, don't worry, you'll never find spoilers here. I will say though, I think this one will be earning a spot among my favorites on the bookshelf. I loved everything from the unique premise, to the incredible writing, to the magic of it all. Mwah! Chefs kiss.
Things I ate while reading Addie LaRue: Cereal, a sandwich, a super messy double-decker taco, ramen, an insane amount of ice cream, and *drum roll* the dish that I paired with this book! But you'll have to wait for my Perfect Pairings post to find out what that is. I promise it's coming soon, as is a full review post of the book.
And now I'm sure you're ready to find out what the March Book of the Month is so that you can get started right? Ok, so I picked another thriller/mystery type book for those of you who are fans of that. I had heard good things about this book, so I was really excited to give it a go. I hope you guys enjoy it.
The Book of the Month for March 2021 is The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware. This book is about a journalist, Lo Blacklock, who has been invited on the maiden voyage of a small boutique cruise ship catering to the very rich. The accommodations on the ship are amazing, except for the fact that Lo witnesses a woman get thrown overboard, and no one seems to believe her.
I decided I'm going to try this one out on audiobook, but you can bet I'll still be eating along the way. After all, no one should read on an empty stomach! Enjoy!