January went by so quickly – and it was a great month in books! After my huge holiday haul, I have been super excited to get reading! That’s why I read a grand total of six books this month. I think that’s the most books I’ve ever read in one month since I was very little.
I read some pretty awesome books. Drum roll, please!
- Six of Crows – My first book of 2017, and so far my favorite! Fangirl over it with me on my review.
- Crooked Kingdom – An epic conclusion, it was just AMAZING and so, so beautiful! I still haven’t written a review, but it’s coming!
- The Rest of Us Just Live Here – A Christmas present, and my first Patrick Ness book. I really liked it! You can read my 4 star review 🙂
- Cress – It was book three of the Lunar Chronicles, and it was a big improvement from the other ones. Here’s my review.
- All the Bright Places – I had some issues with this book, but you might still like it… My review is coming Friday, so you can chat with me about it then!
- The Sun Is Also a Star – I’m buddy reading it with Hannah @ The Book Thief Without Words, and I don’t know what I think about it yet. Review coming soon!
January Blog Posts
- The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey
- The Last Star by Rick Yancey
- The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness
- Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
- Cress by Marissa Meyer
Top 5 Wednesday:
- Happy New Year + 2017 Bookish Resolutions in which I promise myself I’ll actually do something this year.
- 2017 Debuts I’m Excited For ft. Caraval, The Hate U Give, etc.
- Favorite Polarizing Books. Come drag or praise Holden Caulfield!
- Fangirling About Underrated Books because everyone likes a hidden gem.
Down the TBR Hole:
- Cover Reveal: Digging in the Stars. I got an ARC so you might see more of this book soon!
- #WeAreTog January, in which I talk about how much I love Manon Blackbeak and how I don’t love Manorian that much.
My plans for February
I hope to have the time to read some more books this month! Here are the covers:
Three books is okay I think, considering Winter is 800+ pages haha. Have you read any of these? What did you think?