February Wrap-Up and March TBR

Last month was a great reading month and I still can’t believe that it’s already March! It will be spring soon, ahhhh!!! Anyways, here is a wrap-up of all the books I read in February and a little overview of what I’m planning on reading this month!

February Wrap-Up

February 3rd: blog birthday! OMG this feels soooo far away! I have been so excited for this day to come for months and now it feels like we’re already months away! So much has happened in exactly one month and I can’t believe it. I’m so grateful for all of you reading this right now!

I finally read The Wicked King by Holly Black last month and I loved it! I can’t wait for Queen of Nothing because I have literally no idea how this series will end. I mean, the titles do give some plot twists away but I hadn’t predicted what Cardan did in The Wicked King (ok, I also wasn’t aware of the third title being released at that time), and it shocked me. The finale will be epic. Unfortunately we will have to wait for another year.

I’m also incredibly happy that I finished Leigh Bardugo’s Shadow and Bone trilogy! I loved Ruin and Rising and even though most people who started with Six of Crows didn’t like it (which I can understand because SoC is a whole different dimension), I loved this series – it’s on my favorites shelf and that must mean something.

I’m still in the middle of King of Scars and I can’t believe I haven’t finished it yet! I don’t know why I had the urge to stop reading it and start a different book because it was really gripping. Maybe because there wasn’t a HUGE plot line? I don’t know… (spoiler alert): maybe because it only features Nikolai trying to get rid of the monster, Nina trying to get over Matthias (and she must have something to do with the monster or Ravka’s future) and Zoya trying to save Nikolai! Is anyone else rooting for Zoya and Nikolai???

Black Rabbit Summer by Kevin Brooks was the last book I read in February and even though it’s not my usual genre, I really loved it. I normally read fantasy and not contemporary, mystery and crime, but this ya book is really mind-blowing. I don’t understand why it has so few ratings on Goodreads because it was AWESOME.

March TBR

I’m almost finished with Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl: First Impressions here. I really love this book! I’m not really into contemporary ya because these books tend to not have a huge, twisting and complex plot, but this book is really sweet and entertaining. I can really relate to Cath because of college (not that I have anxiety, but the whole “everything is new” stuff) and I really enjoy reading this – as a little break from fantasy!

Then, obviously I have to finish King of Scars, that’s the top priority!!!

Long before I started my blog, I watched a Youtube video where a girl talked about her favorite books (book tube, right?). She mentioned this book along with Six of Crows and The Raven Cycle and where as I bought Snow like Ashes and The Raven Cycle I was too dumb to buy Six of Crows. I could have been a fan years ago! Anyways, I recently read a review on this book and thought I could start reading this again.

I can also see myself reading the other bestselling novel by Rainbow Rowell because I love her other book. I’m just not sure I’m up for another contemporary book this month after Black Rabbit Summer and now Fangirl…. But I guess we’ll see!

That was my February Wrap-Up and March TBR, I hope you enjoyed this post and have a great day!

Author: Blogger Books

I'm a huge fan of Draco Malfoy, I love scones and tea time, I don't like horror movies and obviously I'm a huge book nerd.

5 thoughts on “February Wrap-Up and March TBR”

    1. Thank you 😍😍😍 I actually once started Snow like Ashes and liked it and then for some reason I didn’t continue so I’m really excited about that one and Fangirl is amazing!

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  1. I really love snow like ashes! it is so underrated! I hope you will get to it! Would love to hear your thoughts!


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    1. I’m really excited!!!! I started reading it a couple of years ago and actually liked it, but then I think The Raven Boys were more intriguing, but I’m really happy that I’ll read it next!

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