Why, yes, I did forget to take a picture of all the books together this month, but in my defence it's pretty obvious that one of those covers has been photoshopped on and I spent at least some time painting those backgrounds. So, you know, work has gone into this post... a little anyway...
First up in March I read Wing Jones, which was beautiful and wondrous and made me feel wholly inadequate as a writer. It was one of those books that I was always thinking about, even when I wasn't reading it. I loved it so much I even reviewed it properly on Blogger's Bookshelf and you can read that here if you want some more coherent thoughts on this amazing book.
The Forgotten was a re-read and I'm currently re-reading the next book in the series too, both in preparation for the release of the third book next month. Saruuh is a very good friend of mine so I won't pretend I'm not a little bit biased but these really are great YA dystopian science fiction with a twist and I'm currently very excited because the third book is sitting in my inbox waiting for me to read it! #friendperks
Okay so let's just ignore the shoddy photoshop work here. I borrowed City of Glass as an ebook from my local library so I didn't actually have a physical copy to photograph and I thought this was the next best thing? Anyway I have a very complicated relationship with these books but I actually enjoyed this one SO MUCH that I am dying to read the rest of the series and then all the spin-offs and prequels and probably just everything else Cassandra Clare ever writes even though I spend most of my time complaining about her books even as I'm reading them. C'est la vie.