Today’s prompt is: Books on my Spring 2022 TBR!
Do we have some future reads in common? And what are yours books on Spring TBR?
Tell me in the comments!
Hello readers and welcome to another wrap up!
My birthday was on 27th, I received a lovely steampunk rabbit music box!
Anyway, in February I’ve read 12 books with 1 DNF.
I’ve discovered A is for Arson through Instagram, and itìs fantastic, an historical fiction with an intelligent young woman and a super cute man and a mystery. And look at the cover! ❤
How a short story about a house plant can make you laugh, cry and change forever your idea of house plants? If it’s written by Jeremy Ray, apparently, my new favorite author.
How lovely is the cover of Assassinio sull’Orient Express?(Murder on the Orient Express) A great classic.
It was a dark and creepy night space up to really nightmares materials stories to WTF? are you kidding me? Stories. There’s no middle ground.
By the same author as React comes Driving in the dark, great cover but predictable.
Interviewing the dead was predictable and a little boring, but I’ve loved Carlyle’s daughter and her obvious crush.
My respect to The Queen, it was lovely to read about her, but the investigation and the mystery in The Windsor’s knot were terrible.
I had to DNF The binding because the motivations of the characters to erase the memory were horrible.
This dark endeavor is a prequel of Frankenstein following the Frankenstein brothers, but Victor is a terrible character, it’s ableist and there’s violence against animals.
Look at me, giving Hamnet only 1 star, because if it’s about Hamnet, the son of William Shakespeare, I want to read about him, not his mother or his grandma. Very disappointing.
How was your reading month?
What do you plan on reading next month? Tell me in the comments!