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February TBR 

I don’t know how it has happened but I’ve started the trend of having a monthly tbr. January was good, I stuck to that one so it is only right that I do one for February as well. As you can see, I have a lot of books but I still think I’ll get through it. Plus, I have already read two of these books in the last week so that’s an added bonus.

I’ll get to them first:

  • Except the Dying – Maureen Jennings (a re-read)
  • Blood for Blood – Ryan Graudin


  • Emma – Jane Austen (mainly listening to this via audiobook)
  • The Mime Order – Samantha Shannon (in anticipation for the release of The Song Rising)

First time reads:

  • The Strings of Murder – Oscar de Muriel
  • Fever of the Blood – Oscar de Muriel
  • Inspector Morse Omnibus – Colin Dexter
  • Wires and Nerve – Marissa Meyer

A nice mix of genres and I can’t wait to get my teeth into a couple of new mysteries. I’ve been wanting to read Fever of the Blood for a while but I hadn’t realised until a couple of weeks ago that it was the second book in the series. As I picked up the first book a few days ago, it shouldn’t be long until I devour it.

And that is that.

What are you planning to read this month?

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