February 2021 Reads

I told you about my super special awesome bookclub on Facebook (The Book Democracy Book Club) where we are given a bingo card and random reading prompts. You read the book and a mod gives it a look over before checking off your box. It gives me something to look forward to every month, and helps me prioritize my massive TBR (To Be Read) pile.

One book gets to pull double duty and count for its prompt AND the free space.

February’s reads were:

Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood (Flowers on cover AND free space)

Maybe You Should Talk To Someone by Lori Gottlieb (Starts with M)

Red Gear 9 by Matt Betts (Wings on cover)

Hollow Skulls and Other Stories by Samuel Marzioli

One to Watch by Kate Stayman-London (Body positive)

Writing through the Fog by Shana Ronayne (Back List Title/TBR Challenge)

Lovely War by Julie Berry (Love in title)

The Other Mrs. Miller by Allison Dickson (Marriage-related words in title)

This was a varied month! My favorite read was Lovely War, which was surprisingly beautiful. It’s about war and loss and grief and it’s simply exquisite with a satisfying ending. As always, I reviewed everything on Goodreads.
Did you read something that you absolutely loved or loathed?

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