It seems like it’s been about 50 years since I posted, is it sill 2018? But in all seriousness, we’re only a couple days into March and it’s already hectic. Which means there probably won’t be many posts up this month, I’m sorry, don’t hurt me.
1. Social Misfits by Kelli Nicole
C.J. and Presley have always been best friends. But what do you do when your best friend is in love with you, and you don’t feel the same? You try to make him fall in love with someone else, but life isn’t that simple and C.J. is about to learn what happens when you try to mess with peoples lives.
Social Misfits was a book that explored High School, friendships, and peoples flaws. While there were a few technical issues it was overall a different and interesting YA read. You can read my full thoughts here.
2. How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather (Book 1 in the How to Hang a Witch duology)
Samantha’s life is spiraling, first, her dad has an accident and get’s in a mysterious coma and now she’s moved to a town where everyone hates her for her last name. And when people start to die, the blame starts to fall on her.
I ate this book up so fast and loved every second of it. It was a fast paced paranormal high school mystery and I quickly became obsessed. The sequel is my next planned read and I can’t wait! You can read my full review here.
3. Graevale by Lynette Noni (Book 4 in The Medoran Chronicles)
Alex Jennings is dreading her first day at her new school. But before she can even start she finds herself walking through a door and landing in the world of Medoran.
While nothing can beat Draekora this book definitely came close. The war is coming and it’s going to be hard, terrible and devastating, just like the end of this book. Excuse me while I go cry again.
4. Small Spaces by Sarah Epstein (Release date: April 1st, 2018)
Tash’s imaginary friend is the stuff of nightmares and now, they’re back. But is it all real or is Tash more dangerous than she thinks?
This is a twisted thriller that had me guessing until the very end. While I wasn’t quite on the edge of my seat the entire time, the story was still very intriguing and captivating. Plus, you’ll never guess the ending.
5. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (Book 1 in the Red Queen series)
Mare knows her place, she is a red ruled over by the powerful silvers who treat the reds like slaves. But while Mare bleeds red, she and her enemies have discovered that she too possesses a power that could help destroy the world.
I finally dived into the Red Queen world, would I love it, or would I hate it? It seems to be the big question with this book, as it has such a big divide between lovers and haters. At the beginning I loved it but the book for me just spiraled until I was just waiting for it to be over. You can read all my thoughts on the book here.
Unfortunately, March probably won’t be as good of a reading month as January and February, but we can always hope! What did you read last month? Let me know down below!