What I read this month
- Ayesha at Last by Uzma Jalaluddin [The Fortune Teller Readathon #1], 5 stars
- Virgin Soil by Ivan Turgenev, 3 stars
- Pride and Porters by Charlotte Greene [The Fortune Teller Readathon #2], 4 stars
- Kalopsia by Lucinda Lamont [damppebbles book tour stop], 2 stars
- One Word Kill (Impossible Times #1) by Mark Lawrence [The Fortune Teller Readathon #3], 4 stars
- Stolen Enchantress (Forbidden Forest #1) by Amber Argyle [The Fortune Teller Readathon #4], 3 stars
- Escaping From Houdini (Stalking Jack the Ripper #3) by Kerri Maniscalco [The Fortune Teller Readathon #5], 4 stars
- You’ll Never Know (Health and Happiness Society #3) by Katie Cross, 3 stars
- Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An American Indian History of the West by Dee Brown, 4 stars
Total: 9 books
- 5 Stars – 1 book
- 4 Stars – 4 books
- 3 Stars – 3 books
- 2 Stars – 1 book
Favorite Read This Month
I think for the whole month, my favorite read was either Ayesha at Last or Stolen Enchantress. Though Stolen Enchantress was on the lower end for ratings, the book itself was fast paced and interesting to read and critiquing it was enjoyable rather than frustrating. Ayesha at Last was of course a wonderful book, delightful to read and engage with.
Top Blog Posts + Top Book Review
- What is Polar Fantasy?
- Pride and Prejudice Retellings: Yay or Nay?
- February Reading Plans
- Top Review: Ayesha at Last