Well, it really didn’t feel like January was going to end did it?! That month just about dragged on forever. Today I’m going to be talking about all the books I read in the month of January. As for how much I’ve read, I’m starting off the year with a strong reading month! For me, completing a total of 6 books. Here is what I’ve read…
City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare
Continuing on with my reread of the shadowhunter books from 2017, I’m honestly having the best time being back in this world and with these characters, not long until I get to where I left off before, I haven’t read tales of the shadowhunter academy/started The Dark Artifices yet.
Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
The first Alexandra Bracken book I’ve ever read (feel like I’m the only person left in the YA community that hasn’t read the darkest minds but that’s another story…) But I did enjoy this book, it didn’t wow me, but there were definitely some cool aspects to the story that kept me entertained.
Behind Closed Doors by B A Paris
I posted a review about this one here. This book messed me up big time, that’s all I’m saying.
Songs About A Girl by Chris Russell
This is a book I had been eyeing up for quite some time. Something I haven’t really talked about on my blog Is how much of a self confessed one direction fan I was/still am, who’s been to every one of their tours, had a fan account for them and pretty much collected any magazine they were in back in the day… So err, a book about a teenage girl able to go on tour with the biggest boy band of the moment is kind of the dream no?
This story was a lot of fun and I can’t wait to pick up the next book in the trilogy!
Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu
A book full of feminism and friendship that I thoroughly enjoyed, I wish 16 year old me had read this. This book is powerful and discusses a range of important topics. I loved the addition of the designed pages, so we could really see what the characters were seeing with media. Highly recommend!
The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi
A book with perhaps the most beautiful writing I’ve had the pleasure of reading in quite some time. inspired by Indian folklore / Hades & Persephone. A very dreamy setting that I fell in love with. Not enough people talk about this book! Can’t wait to read more from this author in the future.
Hopefully, I have just as a good reading month in February!