I've taken advantage of having more time over the March break to do a little more reading -- but I've been reading books for adults. After reading so much MG and YA, I often find it hard to get into an adult novel (they are often too slow). But this week I read:
Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult
The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
I enjoyed both of these and didn't have any trouble reading them, because the story in each case was compelling and kept me constantly wondering (like MG and YA books do). Interestingly, they both feature a teen or child in the story. I wonder if that's why I liked them so much!