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February Wrap Up

Hello my fellow bookworms! Another month has come and gone. Where does the time fly? I hope you’ve read some fantastic books this month. Did you?

I managed to read nine books this month. Nine. That’s one off my personal best. I haven’t managed that many books a month for a while. I think it’s because I’ve got myself into a bit of a new reading routine in the evenings and it’s helping me get more reading done.

Anyway, let’s talk about these books shall we?

‘To Lahore With Love’ by Hina Belitz. I really enjoyed this book. I couldn’t put it down. It’s super sweet, it will break your heart but it’ll put it back together again. It’s also got some fantastic recipes in. Don’t miss it. It’s March 19th. 4.5⭐️

‘The Pharmacist’ by Jason David. This book is short, it’s only 90 pages but it sure packs a punch. It’s intense, sexy and it’ll break you heart. I’m so glad I read this one. It’s out March 2nd! 4⭐️

‘HavenFall’ by Sara Holland. This one was okay, but it just needed more. It was so close to being excellent, but didn’t quite get there. It was such a interesting premise too. It’s out March 3rd. 3⭐️

‘In Five Years’ by Rebecca Serle. I enjoyed this one, I thought going into it I knew what it was going to be but it surprised me. Super emotional! Get the tissues ready. It’s out March 3rd 4⭐️

‘The Weight of Love’ by Hilary Fannin. I’m unsure about this book. There was time I was enjoying it, then other times I couldn’t bring myself to care. Then a disappointing ending. It’s out March 3rd. 2⭐️

‘The Secrets We Kept’ by Lara Prescott. Really, really enjoyed this book. Loved the subject matter, the time of history. There were a few perspectives I wasn’t keen on but loved how it all came together in the end. Out in Paperback March 19th. 4.5⭐️

‘The Discomfort of the Evening’ by Marieke Lucas Rijneveld. This book was so hauntingly beautiful and heart breaking. It was disturbing in some ways, but still an excellent read. It’s out March 19th. 4⭐️

Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales. I was really looking forward to this one but it ultimately fell a little flat. It wasn’t bad, but not great. It’s out March 3rd. 3⭐️

‘Queen of Coins and Whispers’ by Helen Corcoran. I enjoyed this one immensely. It’s one of my favourite YA books I’ve read in a while. Detailed, clever. I just bloody loved it. It’s out April 14th. 4.5⭐️

So that’s it, that’s my reading month. It was a good one. Have you read any of these? Or did you read one you think I’d enjoy? Let me know.

Until the next review


5 thoughts on “February Wrap Up”

  1. Queen of Coin and Whispers sounds so good! But alas, I’m limiting my TBR since I want to finish reading the Wheel of Time series this year 🙂 And nine books in a month is wonderful! Reading routines are so helpful, aren’t they? Have a happy March!


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