I had set a rather hefty TBR for myself for February and had a plan on how to get through the whole list, however, I ended up coming down with a rather nasty cold that took me out of commission for a little over a week. I don’t get that sick very often, but when I do it knocks me flat and cuts into my reading time. That being said, I still managed to get some reading done this month!
The complete list of books I’ve reviewed this February is below, with a grand total of eleven books (most of which were manga).
- The Great Pretender by Susannah Cahalan
- Seven Days by Tachibana Venio & Takarai Rihito
- Classmates #1 – 3 by Nakamura Asumiko
- Ten Count #1 – 3 by Takarai Rihito
- The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
- Candy Colour Paradox #1 by Natsume Isaku
The last book I read that I didn’t review was Blood is Another Word for Hunger by Rivers Solomon. This 25-page short story from Tor is a vicious story of revenge and monstrous manifestations of anger. It opens with some intense body-horror pregnancy / birthing stuff that made me really uncomfortable, so while I did really love the strength of the writing, the content left me skimming the story.
Despite being as sick as I was, I’m pleased that I managed to get a decent amount of reading done. Here’s hoping to better health in March and more time to read!