February 2018 TBR

It felt like only a few hours ago that I was writing my January wrap up. Now I’m sharing with you all my February TBR.

As it goes with TBRs, it’s player’s choice. You set out to read a certain number of books or specific books and sometimes that turns into an abandoned project or a bigger challenge. While I’ll be sharing my reads for February, keep in mind that this isn’t all set in stone.

It’s finally the month where I get to read whatever I want because I’ve caught up on my reviews. So this month, I’ve decided to pick up some long-standing books as well as some new popular fantasy novels I’ve been eyeing for some time. Here’s the full TBR:

  • The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
  • The City of Brass by S. A. Chakraborty
  • Asymmetry by Lisa Halliday
  • Text Me When You Get Home by Kayleen Schaefer
  • Theft by Finding by David Sedaris
  • The Journals of Sylvia Plath edited by Ted Hughes
  • The Universe of Us by Lang Leav
  • The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende
  • Dark Matter by Blake Crouch
  • Hot Mess by Emily Belden
  • London Belongs To Me by Jacquelyn Middleton

As you can see, there really isn’t any rhyme or reason for the books I chose. I chose these books because they were the ones I immediately wanted to read. I don’t think that’s bad and in many ways, it’s good. I love breaking up my books into different types depending on my mood. I think these will be fun. What do you plan on reading this month?


8 thoughts on “February 2018 TBR

  1. I wanna know your thoughts on Dark Matter! I loved it and I hope you do so too ❤ The Cruel Prince is garnering some amazing praise so that's another review I'll be anticipating. Same with The City of Brass 😀


  2. I feel like Dark Matter has been on my TBR for ages; I’m really going to get around to it, one of these days! I’ll be interested to hear what you think, Simone. Text Me When You Get Home is on my list, as well; I’ve heard great things about it. Happy reading!

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    1. I think I’m going to make it the last read of this month, but I got a whole bunch of bookish work to do before then. MUST READ FASTER!


  3. Sylvia Plath is always a good choice. I used to own that particular book but I lent it out to someone before I got a chance to read it myself and never saw it again. I feel like I sort of forgot about it, so thanks for mentioning it! 🙂


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