February Reading Wrap Up

So, February, the shortest month of the year, has so far been my best reading month since I started working in October. I’ve managed to read seven complete books and finish one that I started at the end of January.

A lot of the books on this list are ones I’ve been meaning to read for a while and I managed to read them all so quickly, something I’ve not been able to do for a while. It helped that I had a week’s holiday from work at the beginning of the month too! Without further ado, let’s get into the books I read this month. As promised at the start of the year I’ve posted/am in the process of posting reviews for every book, so I’ll link them next to the book.

King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo
This was the book that I started in January and finished at the start of February. This is the newest book set in the Grishaverse and it was great! I can’t wait to read the sequel!

Our Dark Duet by V.E. Schwab
Have I mentioned Schwab is one of my favourite authors? I absolutely loved this book! This duology was so good, and it furthered my love for Schwab’s writing and her characters. There are only 3 of her books which I’ve not yet read and I’ll be changing that as soon as possible!

This is Going to Hurt by Adam Kay
This book was such and eye-opener and so different to other books I read/have read in the past. It was written so well, and I read it so quickly. It’s definitely one I recommend and can see why it’s been so talked about the last few months.

Likel1k3 by Jay Kristoff
I listened to the audiobook of this and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was fast-paced and it had such a great setting. I think this was another brilliant Jay Kristoff book and I can’t wait to read the sequel.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Wow. This book. Just wow. I can see why this book has been talked about so much and has such amazing reviews. I can’t recommend this book enough. I honestly think this is one of the best books I’ve ever read and for a book that’s around 500 pages long, I read it in such a short time, especially as I was in work all week too!

Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen M. McManus
This was another thriller-mystery book that I read so quickly. I think this was a good fast-paced book that kept me guessing on every page and I really didn’t know who was guilty or who was innocent. I really didn’t know who to believe, and that was great!

The Vanishing Stair by Maureen Johnson
This is the sequel to Truly Devious, a book I bought when my boyfriend and I went away last year and absolutely loved. I read it in two days! I enjoyed the sequel just as much, reading it within a couple of days. I loved reading more about Stevie and Ellingham, and the cases at Ellingham.  I can’t wait for the third book in the trilogy!

So that’s it, that’s my wrap up for February 2019. I enjoyed every book I read, and I can’t wait to see what books March has in store.

Have you read any of these books, if so, what did you think? Let me know! 

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13 thoughts on “February Reading Wrap Up”

  1. 7 books is impressive— well done and it sounds like they were all good reads as well which is a bonus!! I am hoping to get to ‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo’ either later this month or next month. I have heard so many good things. I am glad you enjoyed it!!

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  2. Oh I’m so glad you had such a great reading month!! I totally agree about Evelyn Hugo – definitely one of the best books I’ve ever read💚 I’m not sure if you’ve seen it around yet but Taylor Jenkins Reid has a new book out called Daisy Jones & The Six! It sounds so good. Ahh I can’t wait to read it! Hope you have a nice March!

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