Spring is a time of rebirth, and that includes reinvigorating your reading life — especially if you’re starting to hit slumps. Luckily, these YA releases are here to help.
Readers tend to start January with ambitious goals, but once the year officially sets in, it can be easy to fall behind on the number of books you’re reading — especially if you’ve hit a reading slump. But spring is a time of rebirth, and with all the amazing YA releases hitting shelves in March, readers will be able to reignite their reading lives heading into the new season.
Fittingly, since spring is a time of beginnings, Cassandra Clare is starting a new series this month, kicking off her The Last Hours trilogy with Chain of Gold. Meanwhile, Tahereh Mafi is adding to her Shatter Me realm with Imagine Me, the big finale to the once trilogy she decided to expand upon back in 2018.
While Clare and Mafi focus on series, Marie Lu is releasing a standalone novel, which is also her first venture into historical fantasy. Those looking for standalones that veer more toward contemporary storytelling can also check out new releases from Sophie Gonzales, Jenny Lee, Sara Fujimura, and more. And, of course, Patrica Caldwell’s collection of SFF tales centered around women of color arrives this month.
With so many options, it’s going to be difficult to choose just what to dive into during the month of March. Luckily, we’ve got all the details on this month’s biggest YA releases to help you make your decision.