A Month in Review: February 2014

March 1, 2014 Month in Review 3

Books Reviewed

Total books read: 9

Pick up the month:  Why do I even bother?  Rarely can I ever narrow it down to just one book. Instead….my top 5!

The Troop by Nick Cutter-it’s hard to scare this girl and this book succeeded to do so!

The Headmaster’s Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene-This book succeeded at completely surprising me. This is one of the books I will be recommending to EVERYONE!

Fallen Beauty by Erika Robuck-Truly stellar historical fiction about a sexy and sassy woman who is largely unknown (Ok, to me at least).

Snowblind by Christopher Golden- Another horror that takes me back to my days of reading good, old-fashioned classic horror.

The Martian by Anthony Weir-This book is getting a lot of attention and it is so worth it. Don’t compare it to Gravity for it is so, so much more.

Check out my reviews above of these titles to learn more about why this books stood out for me.

Special Events

Spring Book Preview: March 2014, Part I
Spring Book Preview: March 2014, Part II
Book Club Discussion: Labor Day by Joyce Maynard


There you have it! How was your reading month? What books stood out to you?

3 Responses to “A Month in Review: February 2014”

  1. Kailana

    Oh! I haven`t watched Gravity yet, so maybe that was a good thing before I read The Martian. I didn’t know people were comparing them.

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