Readable Releases: March 2015

There is a lot of awesome books coming out this month, and when I say a lot I mean A LOT. It was a tough task, but here is a list of my top 5 anticipated releases of March. 

NOTE: Release dates may vary 

So here is my list:

  • The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne



RELEASE DATE: 17th March

This basically follows the unknown daughter of a high profile U.S politician running for presidency. Katie Quinn’s mother died and is thrown into her fathers world. She is forced to live with a man she barely knows, it is then that she falls for a rebellious boy. She has to decide how and where she will live her life.

The synopsis really pulled me to this book. It’s written in the point of view of a love child. It’s so unusual that I just knew I have to read it. Also the cover is gorgeous! It’s very simple yet striking.

  • Half Wild by Sally Green



RELEASE DATE: 24th March

Now I’m not going to go into to much detail about the plot because I don’t want to spoil anyone who hasn’t read the first book, Half Bad

The main idea of the book is that Nathan has to learn how to use and control his new gift. He does this while he is still on the run from the hunters trying to capture him and his father. 

I’m really excited to see what path the story takes. I really enjoyed the first one and I hope the second is just as good, maybe even better!

  • Liars, Inc.



RELEASE DATE: 24th March

A boy Max Cantrell made his own business of selling lies. He sells them to anyone who asks, this includes one of his best friends. He makes a cover story so his friend, Preston, is able to meet a girl he met online. It’s a shock to everyone when Preston never returns. His killer is framing Max for the murder and no one but himself know that he is innocent.

I’ve been craving a mystery ever since I read Gone Girl last year. This sounds like the perfect read, it’s dark and thrilling. I’ve heard some really good things about his book so I hope it lives up to my standards.

  • The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma

RELEASE DATE: 24th March

Now I don’t ry know how to explain this book so here is the synopsis:

“Ori’s dead because of what happened out behind the theater, in the tunnel made out of trees. She’s dead because she got sent to that place upstate, locked up with those monsters. And she got sent there because of me.”

The Walls Around Us is a ghostly story of suspense told in two voices—one still living and one long dead. On the outside, there’s Violet, an eighteen-year-old dancer days away from the life of her dreams when something threatens to expose the shocking truth of her achievement. On the inside, within the walls of a girls’ juvenile detention center, there’s Amber, locked up for so long she can’t imagine freedom. Tying these two worlds together is Orianna, who holds the key to unlocking all the girls’ darkest mysteries.

We hear Amber’s story and Violet’s, and through them Orianna’s, first from one angle, then from another, until gradually we begin to get the whole picture—which is not necessarily the one that either Amber or Violet wants us to see.

this sounds like such a weird read that I’m fully intrigued! (I feel like I’ve said that for all of them) this sounds like it could be really dark in some parts but also really light and happy in others. Well at least that’s what I’m hoping for anyway. 

  • The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord



RELEASE DATE: 31st March

This novel follows a girl named Paige Hancock and the start of her ‘new life’ a year after the death of her boyfriend she starts a new school and has thought of a plan to convince everyone she is back to normal. 
FIRSTLY: get her old crush to date her. 
SECONDLY: Join a 
club.
But when Ryan’s sweet and nerdy cousin Max comes to town her plan suddenly becomes a lot harder to follow.

This cover is simply gorgeous, it was this that caught my attention at first. I then read the synopsis and fell in love. This sounds like the perfect read when you’re in a book hangover or simply when you need a happy read.



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