New Releases in March & Bullet Review

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I have compiled a list of some of the books that will be released this March. Of course this is not nearly all of them, just some that I am excited for or have heard a lot about. I hope you can find some to add to your long list of things to read!

March 7

Goodbye Days by Jeff Zenter: A boy blames himself for the deaths of three of his friends, and he helps their families get through this hard time in unique ways. It sounds devastating, but I look forward to giving it a try!

The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Saenz: This book is centered around family, friends, and the power of love. I’m super excited to read both this and Aristotle & Dante. (No, I have not read that one yet, but hopefully soon!)

Traitor to the Throne by Alwyn Hamilton: The sequel to Rebel of the Sands. I have heard wonderful things about this series, and I hope to read it soon.

You’re Welcome, Universe by Whitney Gardner: A book with diversity and art. It can’t get any better than that! A deaf student gets involved in a graffiti war while trying to fit in at a new school, definitely sounds interesting!

March 21

Nemesis by Brendan Reichs: I’m a huge fan of Virals, so I’m willing to give any of the Reichs’ books a try. Nemesis sounds full of secrets and mysterious happenings that require two teens to take action.

Shadow Run by AdriAnne Strickland and Michael Miller: A sci-fi story with a young, female captain and an undercover prince aboard a spaceship. Hmm… sounds like a great book for Star Wars fans!

March 28

Blood Rose Rebellion by Rosalyn Eves: A novel for fans of The Red Queen, a place where blood defines you. (I have not yet read Red Queen, but it’s on my shelf waiting for me!) Also, the cover is super great.

Radio Silence by Alice Oseman: A book about a girl who finds herself in the guy who’s in her favorite podcast. I heard so many good things about this one; I hope it lives up to the hype.

Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor: Librarians, dreams, and mysterious worlds collide in this novel. I was drawn in by the many questions in the summary, and I’m really excited for this one!

Bullet Review of Wires and Nerve

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I absolutely adore Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles, and I was super pumped to read her newest graphic novel. I have never read a graphic novel, but it did not disappoint!

  • All of the original characters were present, and you can see what happened to them after the conclusion of Winter. 
  • Iko is the main character of this series, and she has all of her quirks from the previous books
  • Levana’s lunar soldiers are still roaming earth, so Iko is working to get them back to Luna.
  • Unfortunately, it was a very fast read (I did not want it to end)
  • The pictures represent the characters and locations very well, however some were very different from what I had originally imagined them to be.
  • The plot moves quickly, but the book is fairly short.
  • I loved being back in Cinder’s world!
  • The graphic novel nature of the book adds some fun aspects; it gives the action scenes a totally different vibe than a normal book.
  • It’s Marissa Meyer OMG what’s not to like
  • Now I must wait a whole year for the next one to come out…

 

Chat with me! What March releases are you looking forward to? Have you read the Lunar Chronicles or Wires and Nerve? What do you think of them?

 

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