Books in February 2017

For 2017, I have challenged myself to read 80 books. In February, I read seven and a half (I’ll explain).

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New Favorite: A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

Least Liked: Roseblood by A.G. Howard (I actually DNFed it halfway)

Classic: The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald

Old Favorites (Re-Reads): Dark Angel by V.C. Andrews, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling.

When You Came Back was decent, I really liked Happily Ever After: Selection Stories, and the Jane Eyre graphic novel was okay.

Overall I had a great reading month though I regret pushing back one of my planned reads (The Wrath and the Dawn) to read Roseblood instead. Oh well.

 

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My new favorite read for February.

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My classic read for the month.

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The Illustrated Chamber of Secrets was even better than the first.

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My favorite book of all time. It was great re-reading it!

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First book I have DNFed in a while. 😦

So what did you read in February and what were your favorites? How many books are you tackling for 2017?

jnc

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2 thoughts on “Books in February 2017

    1. Maybe you will like it better but I found it very difficult to get into. Oh, very nice! I once wanted to own all of them and was quite a fanatic about it as a teenager but as the quality of the latest ghostwriter books has seemed to be declining pretty sharply, I have abandoned that dream. I might actually get rid of a few more series I’m not crazy about once I re-read them. I’ll just get the newer ones from the library if I decide I want to give them a go.

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