February Wrap-up

February Wrap-up

Monthly wrap-upThis is embarrassing. This post has been unfinished in my drafts for over 10 days now. Spectacularly late. My mind hasn’t been with books at all the past month in February, although I did read quite a bit! To be honest I am not sure what to do with my blog right now. Perhaps it was just the February blues, so I’ll just stick to posting when I actually feel like it, but hopefully I’ll feel more inspired to post sometime soon.

Read in February

  1. Dear Leader: Poet, Spy, Escapee—A Look Inside North Korea by Jang Jin-Sung
  2. The Water That Falls on You from Nowhere by John Chu
  3. Tell the Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt
  4. The Color Purple by Alice Walker
  5. Feature Development for Social Networking by Benjamin Rosenbaum
  6. The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking, #1) by Patrick Ness
  7. The New World (Chaos Walking, #0.5) by Patrick Ness

Despite February being a short month, I still got more reading done than I had expected (although three of the ‘books’ of this month were actually short stories). Dear Leader was an amazing and terrifying read, Tell the Wolves I’m Home killed me, The Color Purple was my favourite read of the month and one of my favourite classics I’ve read so far, and I am absolutely adoring the Chaos Walking series!

Reading in March
No plans, except I absolutely have to have to have to finish Chaos Walking. And I might participate in this month’s Classics Club Spin. Who knows. Too late 🙁

2 thoughts on “February Wrap-up

  1. What did you think of Tell the Wolves I’m Home? I loved it. All my book club members loved it, too. I am hoping to get to The Color Purple in May. Your thoughts on it? And…don’t apologize about your blog postings! My attitude is…whenever I post, I post! 🙂 And I currently have over 20 posts in draft form. 🙂 And hear I am commenting on your blog rather than finishing one! 🙂
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    1. I really loved Tell the Wolves I’m Home and it really broke my heart. The only complaint I have is that I wish it was more about Toby – he deserved to be the center of the book imho.

      The Color Purple was amazing! One of the best books I’ve read in a while. It was sad, difficult, beautiful, heart-breaking, funny… I really loved it 🙂

      Thank you for your lovely comment! <3 I'm def checking out your blog 🙂
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