Zoe: Hey guys, because it’s the first of March we wanted to start the month off with the March TBR, which we hopefully will read this month are looking forward to.
Annike: So we made a couple lists of the books we hope to read, so make sure you check them out if you think they look good 🙂
- Red Queen – Victoria Aveyard
Zoe: I really want to read this book. Everyone at school has read it and loved it and it has really good reviews so I think it will be really good and can’t wait.
- How Zoe made her dreams (mostly) come true – Sarah Strohmeyer
Zoe: I have been wanting to read this FOREVER and could never find it, and I finally have so I can’t wait to read it and am so excited especially because her name is Zoe 🙂
- Red – Alison Cherry
Zoe: I have also been looking and looking for this book and I am SO EXCITED to read it. I think the story line looks AMAZING and am really looking forward to reading it!
- The Selection – Kiera Cass
Zoe: I LOVE the cover as it looks amazing and i also love the story line. It has amazing reviews so I thought I would give it a go and I’m super excited to read it.
- Unmaking Hunter Kennedy by Anne Eliot
Annike: Sounds like a really sweet romance story by Anne Eliot, who I absolutely love by the way so am really looking forward to reading!
- Bright before sunrise by Tiffany Schmidt
Annike: This book looks a little like a hate relationship that turns out into something really cute. It has a clever plot and looks like a fun read.
- All our yesterdays by Cristin Terrill
Annike: This book is like a time travel, dystopian novel type which I always love, so I’m really excited because it’s something fresh and new in this category.
- The Heartbreakers by Ali Novak
- Annike: So I read ‘My Life with the Walter Boys’ by Ali Novak and really enjoyed it so I’m looking forward to another one of her books.
- In the after by Demitria Lunetta
Annike: So this is a duology, and i think it’d be good to read more than a single book. It’s kinda like a horror, zombie dystopian book that I normally would never think to pick up, but I’m hoping to give it a chance
- The young world by Chris Weitz
Annike: This sounds a little like ‘Gone’ at a first glance, simply because it’s all about the world being run by young people, but I’m really excited to read it because of it’s interesting plot line.
Zoe: Thanks for reading this TBR list for March. We hope you enjoyed it, and leave a comment if you have read any of these books and enjoyed them. We might be reviewing a few of them over the coming month so make sure you keep an eye out if you want to know how they were and if you want to read them. Bye x