I can’t believe January already passed… We just started the year! But it did… And it’s time for another Wrap-up and TBR!
Comparing to November and December this month was much better in terms of reading. I got to some books I was dying to read, I read a bit more – 11 books -, I got some holiday time and I had a bit less school stuff to do. So altogether it was an awesome month!
How was your month? What books did you read?
Manga Classics: The Count of Monte Cristo (Review to come – ARC edition)
- November Rain
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Review to come)
- Beneath the Sugar Sky
- The Magician’s Nephew (Review to come 7/2)
- ARC: The Toymakers
- Little Fires Everywhere (Review to come 9/2 – ARC edition)
- Batman: Nightwalker (Review to come 14/2)
- Matilda by Roald Dahl
- Scott Pilgrim, Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life
- ARC: The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (Review to come 2/2)
I really enjoyed the books I read this month, but my TOP 3 books of the month were – not counting with re-reads – The Toymakers, Little Fires Everywhere and Beneath the Sugar Sky.
The Toymakers became one of my favorite books. It’s just so magical and complex. It exceeded my expectations for sure and I would highly recommend it!
Little Fires Everywhere gained the Goodreads Choice Award for Fiction (2017) and it’s for sure a book worth reading. It’s really complex and intriguing and although slow paced, it’s really gripping!
Beneath the Sugar Sky is just beautiful… I loved the previous books of the collection and I loved this one too. I can’t get enough of these books, but this was just perfect for me. I LOVED the world incredibly much!
What were your favorite reads of January? Have you read any of the books mentioned? Let’s discuss in the comments below!
February will be filled with new releases! I have so many books I wanna get to! And February is already a shorter month, so hopefully, I will get to them all…
The books I want to try to read in February are:
What’s on your TBR for this month? Are you excited for any of these or have you read any of them before? Share your thoughts in the comments below!