Hey guys, I hope you’ve all had a good reading month! I have surprised myself with reading 7 books in total this month and on top of planning to go to the US for two months. I am quite impressed with myself.
Unfortunately, I don’t have a monthly wrap picture of my books as I have only read one physical book!
So at the end of last month, I finally bought myself a tablet so I wouldn’t have to carry loads of books with me while I’m away. I also found the confidence to sign up for NetGalley to expand my reviewing and become more consistent. I have reviewed some good books and some bad books this month – but it has definitely been a good month for reading!
This month I read…
Hunger by Michael Grant
Servant of Memory by Richard Gradner
My favourite read of this month is The Hazel Wood! I adore the main character, Alice. I thought she was perfect and really interesting to read. Screw what the haters say about her, she’s a well-written character and deserves more! Hunger also really surprised me. I wasn’t blown away by the first book Gone, so I was reluctant to read the second book but OMG it was so much better than the first. The character development was a lot better and I felt more connected to the characters. I will most definitely be continuing this series!
My least favourite was Servant of Memory. I was asked to read and review this book by an author on Goodreads, and I like to keep an open mind to books, especially when it is something I would not normally read. I really struggled throughout, coming close DNF’ing a few times. I didn’t review this book on my blog because I felt I would completely destroy the book and I didn’t want to be too mean. (!)
I definitely forgot to read more classics this month! D’oh.
How was your February reading? Beat any goals or made some new ones?