February 2020 Book wrap up

It’s the second month of 2020 and I am still going strong with reading my books, posting to Instagram, writing reviews and keeping you all updated with what I am reading at the moment. As I promised in January, here’s my February 2020 Book wrap up!

1. Children of Blood and Bone – Tomi Adeyemi

Way back in 2018, I started reading Children of Blood and Bone. For an unknown reason (even to me), I never read past 70% of the book. Which is weird, because that’s the part that most books are pretty exciting. I decided to give it another go and read it again. LOVED it. I read the Dutch version. The second part will be published in a few weeks in the Netherlands and I am looking forward to it very much!

How pretty is the cover?

2. An Abundance of Katherines – John Green

As you might understand, this book has been on my TBR for ages. After a while, I just knew I HAD to read it. So in the beginnen of February, I sat down and read the book in one day. ONE DAY. Meaning: I was hooked. For me, it wasn’t his best book. I wasn’t into it as much as I was into TFiOS or Looking for Alaska. However, I did enjoy it a lot.

Finally reading An Abundance of Katherines.

3. The Betrothed – Kiera Cass

*happy dancing* In February I received a review copy of The Betrothed by Kiera Cass, the author of the The Selection series which I loved. This is her first historical novel. I really liked it, but there were some things that I did not enjoy. But, damn, gotta say, this book is super addicting! You can read my whole review HERE.

The impossibility of photographing an e-book.

4. Shadow of the Fox – Julie Kagawa

Same story as Children of Blood and Bones: started reading it, but never finished it. Which is super rare, because I’m pretty sure I am one of Julie’s biggest fans. But, I started reading it again and was hooked pretty fast.

5. Soul of the Sword – Julie Kagawa

Like I said: I was so hooked, I continued reading this series and started reading in Soul of the Sword right away. Loved it TONS. Julie keeps surprising me again and again.

6. Night of the Dragon – Julie Kagawa

And yes – you guessed right. I dived into the third book of this series RIGHT after finishing Sould of the Sword. I am so lucky for working at her Dutch publishing house, as I got to read the manuscript. Night of the Dragon will be released in English and Dutch at the beginning of April. The ending of this book totally killed be and I didn’t see it coming until it happened. So yeah – be prepared you all!

The third book is missing… April can’t come soon enough!

That was it guys – my February 2020 Book wrap up! Let me know down below in the comments what books you’ve read in February and see you next time!

Nanouk Meijer

Nanouk is the founder and owner of the website. She runs the website, takes care of the lay-out, give-aways, social media, book reviews and events. She is 25 years old and graduated from 'Comparative Literature' at Utrecht University. She is Digital Product Manager at HarperCollins Holland and staff reviewer at YA Books Central. She breaths books.

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