March 2024 Book Haul

As a reader, I am always looking for the next book to pick up. This often leads to my buying far too many books. However, this year, I’ve been making an effort to limit the amount of books I buy each month. Some months this goes well, and others I buy too many. In March, I did a pretty good job of keeping my book purchases to a minimum. My March 2024 Book Haul shows the books I bought this month and added to my TBR.

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March 2024 Book Haul

Physical Books

 

Urusei Yatsura Vol 1 by Rumiko Takahashi

The hilarious manga classic featuring beautiful space alien princess Lum!

Beautiful space alien princess Lum invades Earth on her UFO, and unlucky Ataru Moroboshi’s world gets turned upside down! Will Lum become Earth’s electrifying new leader? Or will Ataru somehow miraculously save Earth from space alien onslaught?

In a high-stakes game of tag, Ataru must touch Lum’s horns in ten days—or aliens will take over the earth! The fact that Lum can fly doesn’t make Ataru’s job any easier. As it turns out, the game of tag is only the beginning of Ataru’s troubles, as he continues to attract strange encounters with otherworldly beings like beautiful snow spirit Oyuki and the sexy crow goblin Princess Kurama!

My Happy Marriage Vol. 6 by Akumi Agitogi

HER LAST STAND…

After Naoshi Usui takes over the military and imprisons Kiyoka on false charges, Miyo takes it upon herself to save her fiancé. However, just before Miyo rushes headfirst into the military headquarters to stage an ill-conceived rescue attempt, she comes across a boy who is the spitting image of Kiyoka. Claiming to be Kiyoka’s familiar, the boy urges Miyo to head to the Usuba estate and rethink her plan. From there, Miyo carves her own path to reunite with Kiyoka, delving into her family’s past and rallying the few allies she can still turn to. But will this be enough to stop Usui once and for all…?

E-books

Heretical Fishing by Haylock Jobson

A world abandoned by the gods, mystifying cosmic forces, unimaginable power for those willing to ascend, and a hero who would rather . . . go fishing???

When summoned to a fantastical world and granted powers by a broken System, most freshly minted protagonists would strap on their big-boy boots and get ready for their stats to start climbing. But Fischer isn’tlike most MCs. In fact, he doesn’t want to be a hero at all.

Fame? Fortune? Power? He had enough of all that in his old life. Discovering forbidden fishing techniques and petting every cute animal that comes within scritching distance? Now that’s a good time.

Unfortunately for Fischer, cosmic forces rarely care for mortal feelings. He’s hounded on all sides by inept cults, conspiring nobles, and more magical misunderstandings than those of a preteen relationship. Even his dutiful pet crab is firing energy blades like an anime antagonist.

So grab your fishing rod and a good snack, and pet your dog for me. The catch of a lifetime awaits!

Descendant Machine by Gareth L. Powell

When Nicola Mafalda’s scout ship comes under attack, she’s left deeply traumatised by the drastic action it takes to keep her alive. Months later, when an old flame comes to her for help, she realises she has to find a way to forgive both the ship and her former lover. Reckless elements are attempting to reactivate a giant machine that has lain dormant for thousands of years. To stop them, Nicola and her crew will have to put aside their differences, sneak aboard a vast alien megaship, and try to stay alive long enough to prevent galactic devastation.

I hope you enjoyed my March 2024 Book Haul. What books did you buy in March?

 

2 Comments

  1. I’m also trying not to go too overboard with book purchasing this year. I haven’t heard of any of these books in your haul, but I hope you enjoy them!

    1. Author

      Good luck with that! I feel like it should be easy since I’m focusing on particular series to buy, but sometimes that random shiny new books wins me over.

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