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February 2020 | TBR



As I mentioned on my wrap up, this year has been a bit funny reading-wise. I started a ton of books because I couldn't figure out what I wanted to read and, to be frank, I still feel like that. I want to read all the things which is making actually finishing a book a bit more difficult than usual. Because of that, my TBR is basically a bunch of books I'm currently in the middle of ๐Ÿ˜‚.


1) Little Women, Louisa May Alcott


This was my audiobook of choice last month but, because at the beginning I was feeling a bit confused, I couldn't really listen to it whilst doing much else, which made me take it a bit slower. However, I've reached a point about a quarter of the way through that really left me engrossed in the story, and with only about 5 hours left now, I'll definitely finish this in the next couple of days (finally because the want of seeing the film is KILLING ME).


2) It's not O.K. to Feel Blue and Other Lies, Scarlett Curtis


This is another one that I'm over halfway through and really enjoying. It's a collection of essays by an incredibly diverse set of people and, because of this, I've been dipping in and out for the past month. Really loving it a lot and will definitely finish it this month as well.


3) City of Fallen Angels, Cassandra Clare


I'm about 100 pages into this one and, I must say, I'm liking it? If you've followed me for a while you'll now that I'm not the biggest fan of the Mortal Instruments, but this was so far is actually quite entertaining (even though we don't really know that main plot yet). Would love to finish it this month and get a bit closer to finishing this series.


4) Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, J. K. Rowling


Talking about series, I'm loving my reread of Harry Potter and I can't wait to carry on. I believe this is the one I remember the least, so it'll be nice reading it again and hopefully feeling like I did with the fifth one, in which I didn't keep anticipating anything but simply felt immersed in the story.


5) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J. K. Rowling


I wouldn't normally have two Harry Potter books in my TBR however, in true Hannah Witton fashion, I was hoping to spend my birthday (the 20th) having a Harry Potter film marathon and I won't do it unless I've finished my reread by then. So I better crack on!


6) Everything I Know About Love, Dolly Alderton


I started reading this at the beginning of January but, because I was already reading a non-fiction I didn't feel too inclined to carry on. I was still liking it so, if I finish It's not O.K. to Feel Blue I'll go back to this one to break things up along the month, considering it is also a collection of essays/stories.


7) Priory of the Orange Tree, Samantha Shannon


Lastly, I decided to pick the one book I'm not in the middle of or don't feel any sense of urgency towards finishing. This might be the wrong book for this seen as it is huge but if I can at least get started with it this month, I'm happy.


Let me know if you've read any of these and if I should make any particular one a priority and what you plan on reading this month!


Love,

N.


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