Best Book 'O March

This week's Road Trip Wednesday hosted by YA Highway is asking the question they usually ask at the end of the month:
What was the best book you read in March?

(And yes, I totally have that Hot Chelle Rae song stuck in my head, thanks YA Highway. But it's okay, I like it like that. Haha!)   

Holy Moley, I read A LOT of books this month! And as usual, a lot of great ones. But if you look at these pictures, you can probably guess which book I'm going to choose.

I'm gonna choose The Hunger Games, just the first book because that remains my favorite of the three. There's something about those books that stick with you. Something that stuck with me even though 1- I'm not a fan of dystopian, and 2- I usually like books with a lot more dialogue. Maybe because it was such an original idea. Maybe because of the action. Maybe because of the very memorable characters. Maybe because of Peeta. Who knows. What I do know is, I like it like that. (Told you the song was in my head.)

Coming a close second, The Sky is Everywhere and The Summer I Turned Pretty. Both great contemporary reads. Loved the stories, the words, the images both books conjured up. Those are definite must-reads, especially if you love contemporary YA.

What was the best book you read in March?