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January Wrap Up + Stats

Last month I read a crazy amount of books… 22! I don’t think I have ever read that much in one month before but I credit a lot of that to not being able to do much else at the beginning of the year plus I discovered Tillie Cole’s Hades Hangmen series. I can tell you that while I’m still reading a lot it has definitely slowed down. We are almost half way through February and I’ve read 6 books, which is still a lot but I’m for sure not going to reach January’s number. I am happy that I am reading less because it means that I am able to be doing more of my day to day life.

I am happy to report that I read all but one of the books (technically I’m reading one right now) on my January TBR and a couple of books from my Magical Readathon tbr. Those books also worked for two of my January Romanceopoly  books.

I will link to any reviews that I did for the books mentioned below. Also be sure to check out all my stats for the month at the end of this post.

Wrap Up


Netgalley Review: The Reputation by Sara Shepard


Hades Hangmen by Tillie Cole


The Little Bookshop on the Seine by Rebecca Raisin


The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden


The Perfect Alibi by Philip Margolin

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Blog Tour: Tweet Cute by Emma Lord


Corrupt (Devil’s Night #1) by Penelope Douglas

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Blog Tour: Witness Protection Widow by Debra Webb


Little Women by Louisa May Alcott


Rating: 3/5

I was really excited to read this because it is so highly talked about but I thought the first half of this book was so boring. I did like the second half so I plan on continuing on (slowly) with the series.


Rating: 5/5

Anna Kendrick is one of my favorite actresses so it was no surprise that I loved this book. I also listened to it as an audiobook which I highly recommend because it added so much to the experience. And we all know that I am not an audiobook person so that is saying something coming from me.  I started this in December and towards the end of the book she talks about how her Grandma’s death effected her which was hard for me so I put it down for about a month. I ended up loving the end of this book the most and I am convinced that Anna and I would be best friends if given the chance.


Rating: 4/5

I did really enjoy this book but for me it was more a well done survival story than a thriller. I was disappointed while reading it because this book has been so hyped up and I feel like every reveal was obvious. I do highly recommend this book though because it is very much a locked room “mystery” which is my favorite thing to read. Combine that with an intense survival story and you have an exciting read.


Blog Tour: Third To Die by Allison Brennan



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Star Ratings

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