February Wrap-Up

I like that it’s the end of February. March means spring. Or at least, something spring-like.

I am choosing to focus on this rather than wondering where the last two months went.


This month I reviewed:

Mosquitoland – David Arnold

Feelings: This book would be really great if big chunks of it didn’t happen.

Vivian Versus America – Katie Coyle

Feelings: The events of this book are chillingly plausible. We work best when we try not to hate and despite each other.

How To Be Parisian Wherever You Are – Sophie Mas, Audrey Diwan, Caroline de Maigret and Anne Berest

Feelings: SO MUCH LOVE.

Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda – Becky Albertalli

Feelings: The hype is totally justified.

One – Sarah Crossan

Feelings: Break my heart WHY DON’T YOU?!

I also wrote about:

Book Boyfriends For Valentine’s Day

Top 10 TV Women

5 Pick-Me-Up Books For Down Days

I also read:

Code Name Verity – Elizabeth Wein

The Princess Diaries #6 – Meg Cabot (reread)

Victoria and the Rogue – Meg Cabot (reread)

Fangirl – Rainbow Rowell (reread)

I have gotten much more into borrowing from the library in the last couple of months. It’s mainly out of necessity because I am so broke I can’t even talk about it. I gave up with my local library a few years ago because I had read everything worth reading. Since I’ve been away at university though, they’ve totally redone the place and now it’s awesome.

Thank you, local library.





Author: Lydia Tewkesbury

27. Loves a good story.

5 thoughts on “February Wrap-Up”

  1. Ooh lala, so many awesome reads. One has a super interesting premise, so I’ll definitely be picking that one up when I’m in the mood for a contemporary. AND YAYY I’M SO GLAD YOU LIKED SIMON VS THE HOMO SAPIEN AGENDA. Aren’t him and Blue just darling? ā¤ Hope that March is another great month!

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