Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
How it Fits the Theme: It doesn't get much more island adventure/escape than this book. It is one of the most classic stories about deserted island survival. The title character gets attacked by pirates, shipwrecked for seven years. This book IS the theme.
Recent Adult Fiction
The Lost Sisterhood by Anne Fortier
How it Fits the Theme: It doesn't really. This book is a historical mystery about The Amazons, and I mean that in the Greek mythological sense of female warriors. I received an eARC of this book ages ago and it releases in March so I'm reading it now.
Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton
How it Fits the Theme: When you think tropical adventures I hope that pirates come to mind. This book has been in my TBR pile since it came out five years ago. I love Michael Crichton and haven't read anything since I read Jurassic Park when I was twelve.
Young Adult Standalones
Nil by Lynne Matson
How it Fits the Theme: This book inspired the theme. It is about a mysterious island that you have to escape from after 1 year or you die. I won an ARC of it back in December and the book releases in just a few days. I decided to work the rest of my books around this one because I am just that excited about reading it.
These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meghan Spooner
How it Fits the Theme: This is more adventure/escape and less island themed. I have heard this book called Titanic in space. I have wanted to read this book since it came out in December so I'm making the stretch and including it in this month's theme.
How it Fits the Theme: This book is about a group of beauty pageant contestants who get trapped on a deserted island and have to fight for their survival. I love Libba Bray's writing style and I am really excited to read something else from her. She narrates the audiobook, which I love so I'm excited for that as well.
There you have it, the six books I have planned to read this month. I'm trying to be a little conservative because I had to push myself to finish all the books I planned to read for February and that's no fun. So I will read these six to start and if I need another book I will start another. What are you planning to read for March? Have you read any of these? Did you like them? Stay tuned for reviews and HAPPY READING!