Zoe: Hello everyone, hope you are having a great week, today we are back to our monthly ritual of writing out February TBR list. These are a list of books we want or are hoping to read in February, so here we go!
- To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee: I may have mentioned this before but I started this book in the middle of last year and made it like half way before I totally forgot about it and then I didn’t pick it up again. However, I borrowed it again and started reading it at the beginning of this year. I am really keen to get back onto it and hopefully really enjoy it.
- A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Mass: I swear I say this every month but I really do want to read this book! I literally read the first one like a whole year ago but this one is meant to be excellent so I’m crossing my fingers that I’ll get onto it and actually get through it.
- Meet Cute by Various YA Authors: This book was released at the beginning of this year and I recently got it on my computer. There are something like 15 short stories in the 1 book and I love a lot of the authors so I definitely want to give it a go and hopefully get an early review up of it for you guys.
- Love, Life and The List by Kasie West: Obviously, I have to read this book having read all of Kasie West’s other books! I’m really hoping this one is good because recently I haven’t loved West’s books as much as I want to. Despite this, I’m excited for this one – it’ll be a nice light read that I’ll hopefully speed through.
- Animal Farm by George Orwell: I actually read this book way back in year 5 or 6 but I feel like I should read it again because it’s such an iconic book and seeing as I read 1984 last month wanted to see how I enjoyed other books of his.
- The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James: I bought this book back in December but never got around to reading it. It seriously looks like such a cute, easy, light read which I haven’t had it a while so hopefully I really love this one.
- Chasing The Valley by Skye Melki-Wegner: I picked this book up from the library as a recommendation and I think it looks really interesting. It has gotten really good reviews and looks like a unique dystopian/fantasy novel which hopefully I can get around to and really enjoy.
- Ice Like Fire by Sara Raasch: This is the second book to Snow Like Ashes which I finished recently. I wouldn’t say I loved the first book but I think I might read the series because although it didn’t have the originality, the storyline was really good and I did become connected to some of the characters making me want to find out what happens in this next instalment.
Zoe: Thank you so much for reading! If you have read any of these books make sure to share with us your thoughts in the comments as we always love to hear your opinions. Also if you are thinking of reading any of these, keep your eyes out for reviews on some of these books which I’m sure we will post. Hope you are all having a lovely start to February and we will be back with another post soon. x