This month I am coming to you with a whopping 20 books read. I know, insane.
I am just as shocked as you are.
Instead of going over every single book I read this month and what I thought about it I am going to share all the books I read and then have a couple honourable mentions. I can’t begin to imagine how long it’ll take to go over every book.
So here are the 20 books I read this month.
I read these books through audio, physical and ebook form and I really enjoyed having the flexibility that comes with having different formats for your reading.
Misery by Stephen King
This book was one that I randomly decided to pick up due to the amount of times I saw it on lists for best horror and best Stephen King.
I am so glad I picked it up because it was a very unique and terrifying read. I was enthralled with this story and I was so happy that it lived up to the hype that surrounded it.
I read this book in audiobook form and definitely enjoyed listening to it in that format. It definitely made the read more atmospheric and captivating.
Necessary People by Anna Pitoniak
This book was one that I also picked up as a spur of the moment decision. I had just finished another novel and needed something that would be quick/easy to get into.
This book was that and more. I was thoroughly shocked at how much I loved this book. It had the ability to make me feel such strong emotions and really had be drawn into the story and the characters.
The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
This novel was one that I have been seeing around for years now and one that I had purchased years ago with the intent to pick it up immediately. Obviously that didn’t happen, but I finally bit the bullet and picked it up this month.
I really loved this book. All it’s quirks and sweet moments mixed with the steam were just what I was looking for when I read this novel.
It was a fantastic read, one that I couldn’t put down until I had finished it in its entirety.
Aside from the books mentioned above I really enjoyed reading:
- Keeper of the Lost Cities by Samantha Shannon (all of these books are the best)
- A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas (always amazing)
- The Midnight Library by Matt Haig (was good and inspiring, some slow moments that I didn’t love)
- The Hating Game by Sally Thorne (another book I’ve seen everywhere, really enjoyed it!)
That concludes my January Wrap Up! I hope you also had an amazing reading month and I cannot wait to see what February brings!