WHAT I READ IN FEBRUARY 2019


Back at it again, reading all those books. Eek! I am beginning to regret my decision of trying to read 52 books, like a book a week is a lot. I didn't give myself a week off or anything!! But the goal is set and I'm going for it. If you'd like to read what I read last month click here. I think February went okay, I thought at the beginning that I would be able to finish a few books and then have a buffer but 2 a week seems insanely hard. I am still on maternity leave but Elara is into everything now and unless she's napping my time is spent constantly keeping her occupied. So here goes.

How to Stop Time - Matt Haig
This I started within January but I actually finished it on 4th feb so it's firmly in the February stash. I gave this book a 4/5 as I found it really boring in parts but I did finish it and actually enjoyed the storyline; it's just a little stale in parts.

The Woman in the Window- A J Finn
5/5 would recommend! Couldn't put this down, literally finished this within 2 days. I stayed up until 4am the first night trying to finish but I was defeated by the call of sleep and the fact that Elara would be up in a couple of hours and I hadn't slept yet. Really really good!

The Tattooist of Auschwitz - Heather Morris
I really thought that this would make me sob uncontrollably and was avoiding it a little for this reason but, weirdly (am I broken?) I didn't actually cry reading this. It is very sad and absolutely heartbreaking hearing what actually happened at Auschwitz but the way the story is told is so sweet and it remains fairly positive throughout. 5/5.

Eve if Man - Giovanna & Tom Fletcher
Loved this! The first book of a trilogy and I am hooked. This is well written, wouldn't expect anything less from Giovanna and Tom (love his Dinosaur pooped books), and has a really interesting storyline. You can kind of guess what is going to happen next but I'm normally pretty good at guessing anyway. Really loved this and can't wait for the next 2 books. 5/5.

A Single Stone - Meg McKinlay
I also loved this. So well written and so different to what I would normally read. This was given to me by my bestie and she told me how much she loved it so I knew it was going to be good but it was better than I imagined. I am very claustrophobic and this book includes caving and honestly it made me sweat at times. So good. 5/5.

Good Reads Target: 52
Read This Month: 5
Read Altogether: 9

To be honest I am fairly impressed with myself that I have read 9 books already this year. Maybe I can do it after all. We'll see! How many books did you read in February?

Katie x

12 comments

  1. Nine books in a month is an accomplishment in itself! Great post :)

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  2. I never read anymore and it's so sad. I have wanted to read Tattoo of Auschwitz for ages and this post has inpsired me to get back into reading!!

    Katie | www.justkatiee.com XX

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  3. I would love to read Tom & Gi’s books they’re both so talented x

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  4. I really want to read the tattooist of auschwitz, my mum said it was brilliant - it really does sound it!

    Lucy | Forever September

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  5. I read The Woman in the Window last year and loved it- it was such a page turner. I'll have to give some of the others a read!
    Soph - https://sophhearts.com x

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  6. I'm always so impressed by how much you're able to read, well done!!

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  7. I thought the tattooist of Auschwitz was a really really good book!

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  8. You've got through so many books wow! The 'You' book is on my list to read inbetween doing my coursework over the next few weeks and this has inspired me to really crack on with it considering how many you've read haha! The Tattooist of Auschwitz is also on my list of books to pick up! Xx

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  9. Wow you’ve done amazingly, I don’t think I’d even finish one book!

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  10. 9 books already is SO impressive! They all sound like great reads too - I'm intrigued by The Woman in the Window and Eve if Man xo

    Char | www.charslittleblog.co.uk

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  11. I really need to get back into reading! I've been mainly reading story books to my nieces and nephews haha x

    Joyce | www.joycelauofficial.com

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  12. It's incredible that you've already read 9 books so far this year - I need to get some of your motivation to finish my first of the year haha.
    These books sound incredible - I love Matt Haig's books so I'd love to read How to Stop Time x

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