The Dreadful Fate of Jonathan York by Cory Merritt.
This was an odd and weird read but I enjoyed it all the same. It was the first official graphic novel I read…I liked it. See review here.
The Hockey Saint by Howard Shapiro
This is the sequel to The Stereotypical Freaks and I liked this quite a lot. I didn’t love it like I did the previous instalment but I wasn’t disappointed either. See review here.
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
This book I could’ve possibly finished this a lot sooner but the content was a bit…rough for me. I liked this book. It really had my attention while reading and I couldn’t stop talking about it. See review here.
The Wicked + The Divine Vol.1: The Faust Act by Kieron Gillen
I read this on a whim and I loved it. This has so many paths it can take and I’m really looking forward to see where Gillen takes it. See review here.
Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan
This was my first official David Levithan novel and I liked it somewhat but I’m going to see how I feel about his other works. Review to come soon.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander (J.K. Rowling)
I read this as part of a buddy read in order to prepare myself for the movie coming out later this year. I didn’t think I was going to enjoy this book but I did.
Knit Tight by Annabeth Albert
This was an adult story but I found it cute in a way. The situation is this book was entirely realistic and I liked it a lot. Review to come soon.
Remember by Lydhia Marie
It took me a long time to finish this and at best I have mixed opinions. There were parts I liked and some I felt were unnecessary. Review to come soon.
Unhidden by Dina M. Given
Sigh, this story was not the best for me and I found it quite unfortunate that I didn’t like it. See review here.
Embers by Susanne Valenti
This was everything that is perfect in this world. It was great to be reunited with this world again (even though I read Broken back in Jan). I’m glad I got to read this. See review here.
My Kind of Crazy by Robin Reul
This was an insane read that made me narrow my eyes at times but at the same time quite enjoyable. Strange things happen when you take risks. See review here.
The Book of Shade by K.C. Finn
I loved, loved, loved this book! Lemarick Novel is too precious for words! I want to start the second book immediately! Review to come soon.
The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson
The first book I’ve read that focuses on trans people and I’m glad I had such an amazing introduction! See review here.
Bound by Susanne Valenti
Guess who’s back, back again…I love this series so much! Susanne Valenti keeps finding new ways to make my heart want to leap out of my chest. See review here.
Prototype by Jimmy Palmiotti
I was planning on reviewing this but I decided not to. I had nothing to say except that I liked the graphics. This is based off a game of the same name. This was a ‘meh’ read for me.
Total Read in March: 15 Books
- Unfinished Books:
This section is not going to be done for a while and that’s okay. I’m a bit busy where reading is concerned but some time I’ll get through them all and this section will have a completely new set of books.
- Official TBR:
- Goodreads Genre Challenge: Cyberpunk
- ARCS to get through: