Most Wanted: March 2014

March 3, 2014 Most Wanted 3

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There are some amazing books being released this month. This is my list of what I am most looking forward to…

(click on the book cover to be taken to the book on Goodreads)
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Nil CoverReleased 4th March 2014
I feel like I have been waiting for this one for AGES. Looks like fun, maybe a bit like The 100 mixed with The Hunger Games. Excited to see what this one is all about.
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Panic_HC_JKT_des4.inddReleased 4th March 2014
This one just looks awesome! I’m really intrigued to know what the Panic games actually entail. Feels a bit like Hunger Games, but modern day and without the whole death thing. So not really anything like the Hunger Games haha.
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Side Effects May Vary CoverReleased 18th March 2014
It’s quite nice to find a book about a teenage cancer sufferer who actually beats cancer. This book looks really fun though, as the main character has to deal with the consequences of her crazy bucket list.
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The Edge of Falling CoverReleased 18th March 2014
This book feels like it’s going to be quite deep and full of emotion, perfect! I do love a book that makes me feel something big.
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So, that’s what I’m looking forward to this month, how about you?


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3 Responses to “Most Wanted: March 2014”

  1. thebookheap

    I think Panic will be good because it actually addresses all these stupid internet games which are going around and actually killing people who participate. I mean teens have always played stupid games which put themselves at risk. I remember in my school girls would play this game where they made themselves pass out *eye roll*. But I think this could actually address quite an important contemporary issue in “young adult”, in real life- it definitley has potential to deliver a strong message!

  2. ChrissiReads

    Great choices 🙂 I didn’t enjoy Panic as much as I hoped, but it was still decent. I can’t wait to read Side Effects May Vary.