Tuesday, February 28, 2017

February Books of the Month

Hello, readers! It's time for me to post my Books of the month! As a reminder on how this works, I'm going to briefly talk about two books. The first will be my favorite book I read in February and the second will be a book I intend to read in March.

I only got a chance to read three books in February. I was pretty busy and incredibly sick for most of it. That being said, Public Secrets by Nora Roberts was by far my favorite of the three. I could not put it down. This was my introduction to Nora Roberts, and it has me hooked. I can't wait until I can read some more of her work. I really liked how Public Secrets combined mystery, romance, and the drama of a Rock and Roll life. It was very entertaining. If you'd like to check out my review, you can find it here.

Before I get into March's book I intend to read, I have to talk a bit about the book I meant to read for February. So the Book for February was supposed to be The Book Thief. However, the copy I have is a used copy. Normally that wouldn't be an issue, but this particular copy is riddled with someone's notes, highlights, and thoughts throughout the entirety of it. It was really distracting, and I couldn't get past a couple of pages because of it. So that being said, I'm pushing The Book Thief back until I can get a different copy.

My book I intend to read for March is The Merciless by Danielle Vega. I have a feeling I'm going to have a love/hate relationship with this book. But what I've heard about it has me incredibly intrigued. I'm not sure I've read about exorcisms before, so it should be interesting (or so I hope.) I'd love it if anyone wanted to read this in March as well so we can discuss it later on!


  1. Do you have an ereader or can you download an ereading app on your phone? If so, I'm pretty sure I have a digital copy of The Book Thief.

    1. I do. I have a kindle, but it's on the fritz right now. :/


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