Here are the books I would like to read in February:
[All book covers are from Goodreads.]
I am currently 65% through this audiobook, so I should finish by the end of this month.
I began physically reading this book in December, but only got 25% of the way through when I had to return it to the library. So, I began listening to my audible version at the beginning of the year and had hoped to finish it in January, but sadly I didn’t due to school and work.
I also think I was in a bit of an audiobook slump last month, so that didn’t help. I am back on the listen train now though, and I am loving this book so much… like so so much.
This may even be a contender for my favorite book of all time… but we will see once I am finished. ;]
I may regret saying that later if this book takes a crazy turn that I end up not enjoying.
As part of my reading goal for 2020, I am reading books that have been on my TBR shelf for a long time. This is one of those books.
I read about 100 pages of this book a few years ago, and began working my way through it again in January, so I know I will finish this very soon.
For my health science class, I have a goal of reading a book a week (excluding graphic novels). This is the book that I am working on this week.
I honestly don’t know why I stopped reading this book; I am really enjoying it and remember enjoying it back when I first picked it up.
I read the first graphic novel in this series in January, and I loved it, so I will definitely read this very soon. Also my library loan is about to run out. >.<
This is a cute fantasy world where there is a society of people who take care of little dragons who grow tea leaves from their bodies. This society care for the dragons in return for harvesting and drinking the tea from the leaves they grow.
This series is adorable and gives me all of the good feels. If you like cute things, tea, dragons, graphic novels, or anything good, you will probably love this series.
The fifth book of this adult fantasy series comes out February 4th, so I would like to finish the other books in the series before the new one. I need to get started. I know I will not finish by tomorrow (which is when the fifth book releases), but I do want to get caught up as soon as possible.
As many of you know, the first two books of this series were my favorite books of 2019, so I have a feeling this series will again challenge my top books of the year. I am extremely excited for these books, and I will continue to keep them on my TBR lists until they are all finished.
Caraval (Caraval #1) by Stephanie Garber
Yes, this is still on my TBR. Yes, I am ashamed. Yes, I actually plan to get to this book this month.
I want to read this in winter, so my time is running out. I have to finish this during February, or early March at the latest.
It’s not that the concept isn’t interesting. I just haven’t picked this book up, because I have been really in the mood for some other books on my TBR and school makes it hard to read them all.
With the health class goal I mentioned above, I should be able to get to this book soon.
I got this book for 50% off at Barnes and Noble last month, so I am really excited to read it. I don’t know why this wasn’t on my 2020 Anticipated Books List, because I have had my eye out for this one since it came out in September last year.
This book is about a young grave digger who has to protect her town from corpses that began walking out of an old enchanted forest. On her journey she has to work with a mysterious map maker who lost his memory to discover why these corpses, called bone houses, keep terrorizing the town.
These are the books that I want to read this month, but what I really want to know is: what YOU are reading this month.
Please share your TBR and current reads in the comments!
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-Knight of Cups ❤
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