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text 2020-03-02 02:06
February Books

I read 28 books in February with an average score of 3.8. 4 were graphic novels and 14 were YA. My most-read genres were contemporary, romance, and fantasy.


Choosing my favorite book is hard this month because I had a lot of good books. I think I'll go with Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men - Caroline Criado-Pérez because I was engaged throughout the entire book. My least favorite is much easier - As I Descended - Robin Talley.


I made more progress on my 2020 Reading Plans list. I read 8 books off that list last month, so I'm now at 11/38 read.



5 Stars

Maybe He Just Likes You - Barbara Dee  Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men - Caroline Criado-Pérez  


4.5 Stars

The Huntress - Kate Quinn The Downstairs Girl - Stacey Lee  Tempest - Beverly Jenkins  The Bookish Life of Nina Hill - Abbi Waxman  


4 Stars

Redwood and Ponytail - K.A. Holt  Tweet Cute - Alice Emma Sauerwein Lord  Kissing Ezra Holtz (and Other Things I Did for Science) - Brianna Shrum  Yes No Maybe So - Becky Albertalli,Aisha Saeed  King of Scars - Leigh Bardugo  Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America - Coe Booth,Rita Williams-Garcia,Ibi Zoboi,Tracey Baptiste,Varian Johnson,Kekla Magoon,Jason Reynolds,Renée Watson,Lamar Giles,Tochi Onyebuchi,Justina Ireland,Dhonielle Clayton,Brandy Colbert,Nic Stone,Leah Henderson,Liara Tamani,Jay Coles  The Deep & Dark Blue - Niki Smith  

Jane Anonymous - Laurie Faria Stolarz  Such a Fun Age - Kiley Reid  The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell: Tales of a 6' 4  


3.5 Stars

Toil & Trouble: 16 Tales of Women & Witchcraft - Tehlor Kay Mejia,Tristina Wright,Emery Lord,Andrea Cremer,Tess Sharpe,Jessica Spotswood,Brandy Colbert,Robin Talley,Anna-Marie McLemore,Zoraida Córdova,Brenna Yovanoff,Nova Ren Suma,Shveta Thakrar,Kate Hart,Lindsay Smith  The Starless Sea - Erin Morgenstern  The Gravity of Us - Phil Stamper  The Way You Make Me Feel - Maurene Goo  Lucky Caller - Emma Mills  Citrus, vol. 1 - Saburouta  


3 Stars

Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet. - Katharine McGee,Jennifer L. Armentrout,Dhonielle Clayton,Katie Cotugno,Huntley Fitzpatrick,Jocelyn Davies,Nina LaCour  Green Lantern: Legacy - Andie Tong,Minh Lê  Last Girl Lied to - Laurie Elizabeth Flynn  SLAY - Brittney Morris  W Juliet, Vol. 1 - Emura  


2.5 Stars

As I Descended - Robin Talley 





Books by author gender:

  • Male: 3
  • Female: 24
  • Male/Female Mix: 1


Books by format:

  • Physical: 8
  • Audio: 20


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review 2019-04-01 10:16
A Beautiful Book about Letting People In


This was a beautiful book with a cute message that tells us to be approachable if we want people to communicate with us. It is a guy who is a photographer, is hearing challenged, and has bet his editor that he can go for a certain time without anybody talking to him. A girl begins to show up in every picture he takes though and things begin to change.

I have shared some of my favorite bits from the book below:

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2019-04-01 10:13
Riveted by Meljean Brook is Riveting for the Most Part
Riveted - Meljean Brook


Annika hails from an island only inhabited by women. Due to their homosexuality, they hide themselves away from the world and encourage myths to keep people away. When she comes across a scientist who is going to study that island, she must keep him away. Failing to do so and falling in love with him, Annika must minimize the damage and exposure his presence threatens. She left her home to look for her sister, Kalla, who was ousted by the elders when she took the blame for something Annika had done.

I like the relationship between the protagonists because none of them took the other for granted. They proved themselves to each other and worked together as a team when trouble came calling. Could have done without the gazillion sex scenes, but that’s just me.

What I didn’t like was the final reveal about Kalla’s whereabouts after all those years. Annika spent the world looking for her and she had been next door all this time? She claims she was protecting a megalomaniac from exposing their people. Okay, but she couldn’t have sent a missive or something to let her family know that she was still alive and well? How believable is that anyway?

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2019-04-01 10:09
I Say Goodbye to Percy and Camp Half Blood
The Last Olympian - Rick Riordan


So, the series came to an end. I was sorry to say goodbye to the idiots — by which I mean Percy and Grover because Annabeth is too smart. But I am also glad that it ended on the right note. The source of all the trouble on Earth and the reason why the Titans had been able to tap into the demi-gods’ insecurity was because the kids’ parents refused to acknowledge their existence — or even claim them, in some cases. Percy finds a way to improve matters once he is done saving the world that is. The humor and the daring that only teenagers possess has made all the books in this series really shine. This one wasn’t different! 

There is a scene where the main baddie, Kronos, gets sat upon:

Stop running, you fools!” Kronos yelled. “Stand and ACKK!” 
That last part was because a panicked Hyperborean giant stumbled backwards and sat on top of him. The lord of time disappeared under a giant blue butt. 

And there’s this one where Percy dares to sit in his Dad’s, Poseidon, chair on Mount Olympus:

The throne rumbled. A wave of gale-force anger slammed into me. 
The voice stopped abruptly, The anger retreated, which was a good thing, because just those two words had almost blasted my mind to shreds. 
Percy. My father’s voice was still angry but more controlled. What-exactly-are you doing on my throne?
“I’m sorry, Father,” I said. “I needed to get your attention.”
This was a very dangerous thing to do. Even for you. If I hadn’t looked before I blasted, you would now be a puddle of seawater. 

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