February Reading Wrap Up

We are ⅓ of the way through March and I’m only just sitting down to write my February wrap up. The reason for that is I read 13 books. I read 11 in January and I’m not joking when I say the wrap up took me hours to write, and so I’ve felt a little daunted by the prospect of doing my February wrap up. To make things a little bit easier for me, I’ve decided that I’m just going to list the books I’ve read and tell you the rating I gave. Hopefully I’ll read fewer books in March and I’ll go back to my usual way of wrapping things up… However I’m currently on book 5 of the month, so maybe not…

UNRATED

  • The Nucleus of Reality – L.A. Davenport

Despite saying I’m not going to say much about each book, I think this one deserves an explanation. I feel this book needs to be read a few times to fully understand what’s going on. I think it would be unfair of me to rate this book. What I will say is that the book made me feel actually dizzy – there was so much going on and I struggled to keep up.

THREE STAR

  • The Suitcase Kid – Jacqueline Wilson (Audiobook)
  • The Death of Honor – Lyra Thorrson
  • Roll With It – Jamie Sumner
  • Language of Thorns – Leigh Bardugo (Listened to audiobook but want to read a physical copy as I feel I might enjoy it more)
  • Winter White and Wicked – Shannon Dittemore (Again, listened to this as an audiobook but I’d like to read the book. I think fantasy as an audiobook genre is just a bit hard to keep up with)

FOUR STAR

  • High Rise Mystery – Sharna Jackson (Audiobook)
  • The Bed and Breakfast Star – Jacqueline Wilson (Audiobook. This was my absolute favourite book as a child and I was so scared it wouldn’t live up to 7 year old Leah’s standards)
  • Midnight – Jacqueline Wilson (Audiobook)
  • Sitting Pretty – Rebekah Taussig (Audiobook)
  • The Lottie Project – Jacqueline Wilson (Audiobook)
  • History of a Drowning Boy – Dennis Nilsen

FIVE STAR

  • The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

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One thought on “February Reading Wrap Up

  1. Looks like you had a great month! Jaqueline Wilson books were my favourite as a child. I loved The Bed and Breakfast Star, Tracey Beaker and Vicky Angel… probably loads more but those were the ones that immediately came to mind!

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