And sneaky March! Mostly because I forgot to do a March recap. And because my reading has been painfully infrequent lately.
Sever by Lauren DeStefano
I liked it about as much as the first two, which would be great if I had liked them more. Some twists and turns, though.
Mind Games by Kiersten White
I liked this a lot! Very dark and kind of brutal in parts, but an interesting read. I'm looking forward to the sequel.
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
I think I liked Scarlet's story even better than Cinder's. Meyer is incredibly good at putting a new spin on old stories and making them fit perfectly in the world she's set up.
Requiem by Lauren Oliver
(I'm finally learning to spell it right) Some nice attempts to unite things from all the books in the series. I would have liked more closure to the ending, though.
Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare
I'm so sad I didn't like this one more. I feel like I can't say much without being spoilery. But I will say that the ending is the total opposite of Requiem; you know what every character ever thinks about every single thing until the day they die.
Favorite: Mind Games
Least Favorite: Clockwork Princess, because I was hoping to like it so much
Stephanie Perkins is coming to the Provo Library! I'm very excited about this.
We're also buying a house/moving/celebrating my baby turning 1, and all that. I hope to get some books read in there too.