Monday, 29 February 2016

Books I Read - February 2016

My reading mojo continued into February and I've been really enjoying picking up books from my shelf and diving in. I completed some books for Finish It Feb which I'll cover in a separate blog post, which felt really great. I also finally started picking up graphic novels/trade paper backs again after what seems like an absolute age and I've been loving it.

My biggest bookish news during February was that I finally finished reading War and Peace and it was extremely emotional as I really felt that I'd accomplished something after struggling with it for so long. I wrote about my experience and I've linked that blog post in the list below.

I was also part of a blog tour which was very exciting as I absolutely loved the book and I was lucky enough to interview the author for my turn on the tour and she was absolutely lovely. Again I have linked that post and the review I did below.

Onto the books I read in February -

1. Death Note: Black Edition, Vol.4 by Tsugumi Ohba - 4 Stars
2. Murder In Absentia by Asaph Mehr - 4 Stars
3. War And Peace by Leo Tolstoy - 2 Stars
4. Star Wars: Jedi, Volume 1: The Dark Side by Scott Allie - 4 Stars
5. The Kill Order by James Dashner - 3 Stars
6. Sinking by Sarah Armstrong-Garner - 5 Stars (Blog Tour Post)
7. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller - 2 Stars
8. Batman: Hush, Vol. 1 by Jeph Loeb - 5 Stars
9. Batman: Hush, Vol. 2 by Jeph Loeb - 5 Stars
10. Superman: Last Son by Geoff Johns - 5 Stars
11. The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman - 4 Stars
12. Clariel by Garth Nix - 4 Stars
13. JLA, Vol, 7: Tower Of Babel by Mark Waid - 4 Stars
14. Superman/Batman, Vol, 1: Public Enemies by Jeph Loeb - 4 Stars
15. MNJ Poetry by Meagan Jennett - 5 Stars

There are two more blog reviews coming up for books I read in February, so I will add their links once they are live. If you wanted to read any of my reviews that aren't on my blog, feel free to add me on Goodreads! My profile is here.

What has everyone else been reading? Let me know and if you have any recommendations for me that would be awesome!



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