Audiobooks have saved my reading life in February. My reading slump has been on an all-time high, and I’m so glad to have their help. It might be a slow process, but the experience was totally worth it because I’ve read awesome books, and even more amazing audiobooks that changed the whole reading experience.
- Dead Beat by Jim Butcher – 4.5/5
- Sixth of the Dusk by Brandon Sanderson – 3/5
- The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan – 4/5
- Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert – 3.5/5
- The City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty – 4/5
- Shadows for Silence in the Forest of Hell by Brandon Sanderson – 3.5/5
- Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert – 4.5/5
I’ve also managed to trim down my ARC reading list, and I’m so happy to have discovered new stories to enjoy, and that I want you guys to know more about. Majority of these ARCs are given to me by the authors, but a couple of them were via Netgalley.
- The Duke Heist by Erica Ridley – 4/5
- The Governess Gambit by Erica Ridley – 4/5
- The Dog Share by Fiona Gibson – 3.5/5
- All the Wrong Shelves by Felicia Blaedel – 4.5/5
- Isoldesse by Kimberly Grymes – 3/5
- Bet the Farm by Staci Hart – 4/5
- A Trial of Sorcerers by Elise Kova – 3.5/5
I was also able to finish my reread of Warbreaker for our February Cosmere Crabalong, and I’m almost finished with my reread of The Hero of Ages. Over-all, I’ve read 14 books and 2 rereads.
I am still trying to get back into The Lies of Locke Lamora and I might try out its audiobook soon so I could finally get on with it. I’m also currently reading while listening to the audiobook of Songs of Insurrection by J.C. Kang, and I’m making quite a progress with it. My two lone goals for March is to finally start Mistborn Era 2 with The Alloy of Law, and my buddy-read book featuring The Sword of Kaigen by M.L. Wang that I will be reading with a few bookstagrammers.
How many books did you read last month? What were your favorites?