February 2019 TBR

January 2019 has passed way too fast, and we’re already in the second month of the year… January was a super reading month despite the camping trip and I managed to read a LOT. I’m not surprised I was able to read all the titles on my January TBR even though I did read a lot of backtitles as well… Fingers crossed February will be another good month!

>>> Find a complete list of my TBR on Goodreads <<<

I have been able to maintain the balance between ARCs and backlist titles in January, but that does mean I still have a lot of ARCs to go through… That’s why most of the titles on my February TBR are still ARCs, with a few backlist titles I want to get to no matter what.

# TBR #

  • The Mermaid’s Voice Returns In This One by Amanda Lovelace (208 pages) NETGALLEY
  • The Woman In The Window by A.J. Finn (449 pages)
  • Next Year In Havana by Chanel Cleeton (394 pages)
  • Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi (357 pages)
  • What The Wind Knows by Amy Harmon (411 pages) NETGALLEY

  • Until The Day I Die by Emily Carpenter (325 pages) NETGALLEY
  • What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera (448 pages)
  • An American Marriage by Tayari Jones (321 pages) NETGALLEY
  • The Pumilio Child by Judy McInerney (300 pages) BLOG TOUR 01/03
  • Colombiano by Rusty Young (820 pages) NETGALLEY

Have you read any of these and/or do you recommend them?


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16 thoughts on “February 2019 TBR

    • Thanks! I’m not sure Shatter Me is for me as hyped books and me don’t get along haha. But I guess it’s been long enough to see and find out. 😉 I can’t wait to read What If It’s Us! Knowing those two authors, I’ll probably love it as well. ❤

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  1. I’m so impressed by you sticking with your TBR!! I never seem to be able to do that. 🙂

    I hope you enjoy Next Year in Havana and What The Wind Knows. Those are my only 5 star reads of the year so far. Happy reading!

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    • I guess it was mostly because most of the titles were ARCs with a deadline, because otherwise I would have picked up other reads as well. So far I’ve only read two of the twenty so-called 2018 priority titles I was going to read first haha. 😉

      I’m absolutely loving What The Wind Knows so far! Although I wasn’t worried since I seem to love anything Amy Harmon seems to come up with. I’m looking forward to Next Year In Havana as well since I’ve seen so many people giving it the highest rating…

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    • I started What The Wind Knows today and so far I’m loving it! and I’ve heard so many wonderful things about Next Year In Havana that I can’t wait to finally read it. Happy reading!

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  2. Oh, I loved What If It’s Us. One of my fave books of last year, it is just sooo sweet. I’ve also read Shatter Me and the first half is brilliant. Will definitely be interested to see what you think of it.

    Good luck with all of your reads. I hope you enjoy.

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    • I can’t wait to finally read What If It’s Us! And I’m a bit wary of Shatter Me to be honest, but I’m hoping going in with low expectations will make me enjoy it. Havea wonderful February!

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  3. Woohoo! Great job reading all the books on your January TBR! I also managed to pull that off. I hope February is just as successful.

    Off your TBR, I’ve only read Next Year In Havana, which I really enjoyed. I really enjoyed learning about Cuba during the revolution & under the leadership of Fidel Castro. I am embarrassed to admit that I know close to nothing about Cuba and it’s chaotic history.

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    • That’s great! I hope February will be successful TBR months for both as well. I’m looking forward to finally read Next Year In Havana! I know a bit about Cuba myself and have read other books about the Castro period, but I’m looking forward to learn more.

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