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February wrap up – What I read in February!

My February wrap up is a short and sweet one! This year has been off to such a hectic start, rebranding my blog, buying a house etc! 

February reads

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Finale by Stephanie Garber

The final book in the Caraval series by Stephanie Garber

So inn love by Catherine Clark

A cheesy, young adult romance from Catherine Clark

fangirl by rainbow rowell

A coming-of-age fandom book by Rainbow Rowell

This book your mind

The final book in the Caraval series, Finale, Stephanie paints the Caraval picture so well, you feel as if you were being seduced by the Prince of Hearts.

The third book in the Caraval series will challenge what you already know about several characters and lead you down different avenues with each chapter. 

If you enjoy fantasy and are looking for your next favourite book, give Caraval by Stephanie Garber a try and let me know what you think! 

You can grab the paperback from Amazon for £5.99

This book is but sweet

Looking for a cheap, cheesy young-adult romance? Who doesn’t have those moods where they need to live vicariously through a fictional characters romances?

Catherine Clark’s books are excellent shorter reads, especially as e-books. I find I can read Clark’s books in a few hours, if that.

Light-hearted reads that are well written, with an easy to follow plot and a cheesy romance are always a personal favourite.  

If you haven’t read any of Clark’s books, I would personally recommend So Inn Love or Picture Perfect!

You can check out more of Catherine Clark’s upcoming work here!

If you’re not convinced, read my review of Picture Perfect by Catherine Clark here.

This book is

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell was a highlight for me in February.

I enjoyed Rainbow Rowell’s writing style and the storyline. The book is a quick and easy to follow read.

You don’t need to be a fan-fic reader (or writer) to fall in love with this book and Cath. 

I personally didn’t enjoy the little excerpts and skipped past them (blasphemy, I know) but I didn’t feel like they were needed. I understand that they may have added value for some people but for me they were a no!

That being said, I did still enjoy the book and have already bought another of Rainbow Rowells books to absorb myself in!

You can keep up with Rainbow Rowell here!

Join Perselem Book club!

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2 Comments

  1. I’ve always wanted to read Fangirl! Thanks for reminding me, I’ll probably read it this month.

    1. It’s a good little read, easy enough to get through!

      Let me know how you get on!!

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