Lifestyle blogger, Vilma Iris let She Reads in on the books she is most excited to read this March. Check out her picks and keep up with her on her social media links below for more exciting book-ish news.
Hero At The Fall by Alwyn Hamilton
This is the highly anticipated finale The Rebel of the Sands series – a bright and bold YA fantasy touting an exciting mix of Arabian mythology and Wild West grit. It’s suspenseful, magical, romantic and keeps you on the edge of your seat. Catch up stat if you’ve not read this trilogy yet.
High Voltage by Karen Marie Moning
Part of the Fever series by the talented KMM, need I continue?! If you’re as addicted to these books as I am, you know this is the next chapter in Dani’s story, as her and Ryodan try to save the human race. If you’re new to this crazy, fabulous world, as the blurb says, it’s full of “immortal faerie and ancient feuds, secrets and sacrifices.” What more can you ask for?
Obsidio by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
I think I sent Amie and Jay a half dozen messages after I finished the first book in this trilogy (Illuminae), and ever since then, I can’t seem to stop talking about these books… they’re THAT good! Obisdio is the finale in the trilogy, an ongoing space saga told through emails, IMs, schematics, interviews and so much more. Basically, this innovative, thrilling series is one that shouldn’t be missed.
Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney
So much buzz on this book. If the blurb itself doesn’t propel you to click the pre-order button at warp speed, I’m not sure what will. This psychological thriller centers on a wife who wakes up in the hospital and can’t move, speak or open her eyes… She’s sure her husband had something to do with it too. Chilling, right?
Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh
This is the new psychological thriller from the author who wrote I Let You Go (hello, huge twist!) and I See You. Mackintosh has become an exciting, must-read voice in the thriller world and I can’t wait to read this story about a daughter who investigates her parents’ suicides and quickly figures out there’s a lot more to that story.
The Sandman by Lars Kepler
From the author of The Hypnotist comes a gritty, bone-chilling story of a serial killer and the two police agents who are trying to beat him at his own game. This action-packed Scandinavian thriller is soon to keep us reading late into the night… with the lights on, of course.
(photo by Vilma Iris)
@ WaterGirl : Re the trilogy”, as others have said, the movie is just A Wrinkle In Time . It”s not really a trilogy, which I would define as a unified story spread over three books. The other books are just sequels . Nothing wrong with sequels, but in this case: A Wrinkle In Time is one of my favorite books ever, and I”ve lost count of how many times I”ve re-read it. The sequels are OK but forgettable, IMHO: check them out of the library, read them once, return them, done.