Today, I will be sharing my February Wrap Up! In February, I managed to read 6 books, and start a 7th.
BOOK 1: Ask No Questions by Claire Allan
Ask No Questions was on my January TBR, and I started it towards the end of the month, but didn’t get the chance to finish it. I continued with it in February, and loved it! Review to come.
BOOK 2: The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
A few of @The_WriteReads gang and I read The Hobbit in February. This was my first time reading it, despite having read The Lord of the Rings. Although I prefer LOTR, I still loved this book. Review to come.
BOOK 3: If She Dies by Erik Therme
BOOK 4: Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
I read Murder on the Orient Express with @The_WriteReads book club back in January, but didn’t finish it before the end of the month, because I really wasn’t enjoying it. But, I was 70% of the way through so I was determined to see it through, and I finished it in February. I’m not sure why this book is so popular, personally I found it a little boring, and I struggled to get through it. Review to come.
BOOK 5: The Devil’s Mark by WD Jackson-Smart
The Devil’s Mark was my most anticipated release of 2021, and it certainly didn’t disappoint. I am extremely lucky to be a part of the Damppebbles blog tour to this book, and my stop is 11th March, so look out for my review that day!
BOOK 6: The Last Bear by Hannah Gold
I read The Last Bear for the @KaleidoscopicBookTours bookstagram tour. My stop on the tour was 25th February, were I was supposed to be sharing my review, but had to share an extract post instead, because the book didn’t arrive in time for me to read it before my stop (which is entire COVID’s fault, for making the post all messed up). However, I did still manage to read it before the end of the month, and it is a beautiful story! Review to come.
Which books did you read in February?
Which was your favourite of the month?
Have you read any of the books from my February wrap up?
Let me know in the comments!