Hello! I cannot believe what a snowy month February has been. I did, however, read 4 books and started another one before the month had ended! My ratings have fluctuated a lot over this month, but I found another all-time favorite book, so I’m not complaining whatsoever.
I also made a new schedule to get myself more committed to staying on top of things within this blog. I have decided to make a bookish post either a tag or special post every Tuesday! Also, I wanted to push myself to create some kind of art project every week as well, so look for that every Friday!!
**If you have read any of these books, or want to give me a recommendation on what to read next, let me know in the comments or contact me via email or social media!**
Number of Books Read: 4
Types of Books:
1 Adult Thriller
3 Young adult Fiction
Pages Read: Approx. 1,364 pages
The books I read were:
You by Caroline Kepnes
Rating: 3.5 stars
I wasn’t totally into this book as I wished I had been but it wasn’t terrible. I thought some aspects of this novel were interesting and very graphic but that’s what the book needed. However, I felt this book was lacking in other areas. I did make a review on this book and compared it to the Tv show, so go check that out under the Review tab!
We Are Okay by Nina Lacour
Rating: 4 stars
I originally read this novel in 2017 but I don’t remember much of what had happened throughout the book. I still kept my original rating from the first time I read it. It was very slow moving but the message behind it was really nice, however, it still didn’t make me feel anything.
A Very Large Expanse of the Sea by Tareheh Mafi
Rating: 5 stars
I did not expect to enjoy this book as much as I did. It is very rare for a novel to make me cry and get emotional like I am just thinking about it; nor does a novel make me want to pick it up again right after I’ve just finished it. Tareheh Mafi has not let me down with this one, and she is one of my all-time favorite authors. Read this book, you will not be disappointed.
Again, But Better by Christine Riccio
Rating: 2.5 stars
I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley, hoping to like this book. Unfortunately, it fell flat, the writing style wasn’t for me, and I thought the overall execution of the story was messy. I have written a full review on this book if you’re interested click on the Book Review tab!