February 2018 Wrap-Up!

Second month of the year = done! And I’m not as ahead as I’d like to be, but at least I’m on track with my goal!

I read six books this month, and honestly it was a pretty good reading month for me overall.

Here’s what I read:

I Was Anastasia by Ariel Lawhon // ★★★★★ // Review
Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George // ★★★★☆
Princess of Glass by Jessica Day George // ★★★★☆

The Curious Case of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon // ★★★☆☆
Inkspell by Cornelia Funke // ★★★☆☆
Wires & Nerve Volume 2: Gone Rogue // ★★★★☆

I’ve got a buttload of books I’m trying to get through in March, so hopefully that month will have a lot coming in it. I have so much to do! AUGH!

But… thanks for reading! And wish me luck! :’D


6 thoughts on “February 2018 Wrap-Up!

    1. I liked it quite a lot for a while there, but as the story went on I found I didn’t like it nearly as much as I had in the first place. I’m not entirely sure where the switch happened, but I think I could have liked it more than I did if a certain thing hadn’t happened (involving his parents, not so much him). I wasn’t fond of the ending either.


      1. I know exactly what you mean there. I appreciate that the author was trying to show us story outside of Christopher, but it really felt like a bait-and-switch. Thanks for the reply!

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  1. I Was Anastasia looks like such an interesting read! I mean, they say you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover, but how can I stop myself when it looks like that? I’m off to check your review and seriously consider buying a copy for myself.

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    1. It was so interesting, but it was such a 4-star for me until the ending, which could put some people off! It was still a good read without that end bit, though, imo. (The ending just threw me.)


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