I’m super impressed that I managed to finish eight books in February. There were some great reads as well so it was a pretty good month for me.
Self-control is seemingly a foreign concept to me. “No more books,” she said. “Get through your TBR pile first,” she said. And yet somehow I gained 4 paperbacks, 4 e-books and 1 e-galley this month. I’m useless.
If you love dogs, space, road trips and children’s imaginations then this is the book for you. A great middle-grade debut that is perhaps even more rewarding for older readers.
In continuation with the theme of not sticking to the goals I set for myself this year, I was a bit naughty and acquired four books in January. To be fair though two of them were ARCs so at least I didn’t go completely rogue.
So I said in my Goals for 2017 post that I wouldn’t start reading a new book until I had reviewed the book I had just finished. I managed to last half a month. Whoops.
I was fortunate enough to have my requests for two YA new releases on NetGalley approved this month. They both have a focus on memory loss and so I thought it would be a good idea to write a joint review for comparison purposes.
I don’t read a lot of literary fiction, even less when it’s of the historical variety, but given all the hype surrounding this book I just had to give it a try.