Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose: A short play about jurors arguing whether or not a young boy is guilty of killing his dad.
The Savage Grace by Bree Despain: More adventures of Grace and Daniel as they come to terms with their new life leading the wolf pack.
Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler: A letter written by a girl who is breaking up with a boy she thought was her everything.
Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley: A coming of age story starring a young kid who is faced with a terrible tragedy.
The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks: A compilation of several strange and bizarre neurological case studies.
Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen: An awesome twist on the familiar Robin Hood story.
The Hollow City by Dan Wells: In which we get into the head of a schizophrenic guy and so, along with him, we the readers do not know what is real and what is not. (Review to come later closer to it's release date in July!)
Promises by Carolyn Twede Frank: A year in the life a 12 year old pioneer girl living in a small town on the edge of Bryce Canyon, Utah.
My favorites of the month? Scarlet, The Hollow City and..... hmmm.... Where Things Come Back, too, I think.
Plans for April:
- read Return to Exile by E.J. Patten for a blog tour
- finish Froi of the Exiles by Melina Marchetta before it's due back to the library.
- find The House at Tynford and join a read along
- Watership Down for book club
- read a classic, maybe A Tale of Two Cities? A re-read.
- finish Supernaturally, which I have down on the treadmill
- maybe finish Old Man's War, or maybe take it back to the library unread, dang.
- read something fun, fluffy and frivolous while on our spring break trip!
How'd you all do this month?