The Sunday Snuggle: January Wrap Up, February TBR & more, W5/2020

Hello readers!

How is it February, oh my gosh, one entire month of 2020 is over and I’m still writing 2019 on the dates. My Ducks, Newburyport saga is done! I am quite glad to be able to pick up new books now, although I did like it very much!

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January Wrap Up

I read 10 books this month! Quite nice for my 100 books challenge for the year, especially considering one of these books was Ducks.

ducks newburyport lucy ellmann american predator maureen callahan miss austen gill hornby

Ducks, Newburyport by Lucy Ellman / Goodreads Review to come ★★★★☆

American Predator: The Hunt for the Most Meticulous Serial Killer of the 21st Century by Maureen Callahan / Goodreads Review to come ★★★★☆

Miss Austen by Gill Hornby / My Review ★★★☆☆

how quickly she disappears raymond fleischmann my dark vanessa kate elizabeth russel cleanness Garth Greenwell

How Quickly She Disappears by Richard Fleischmann / Review ★☆☆☆☆

My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell / Review ★★★★☆

Cleanness by Garth Greenwel / Review ★★★☆☆

fleishman is in trouble taffy brodesser-akner queen of nothing holly black a beautiful crime christopher bollen

Fleishman Is in Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner / Review ★★★☆☆

Queen of Nothing by Holly Black / Review ★★★☆☆

A Beautiful Crime: A Novel by Christopher Bollen / Review ★★★★☆

nuclear power is not the answer helen caldicott

Nuclear Power Is Not the Answer by Helen Caldicott / Goodreads ★★☆☆☆

Books I Hope I Read in February

It is, huh… challenging. I may have signed up for way too many books to be read this month (Women’s Prize buddy reading, FFFeb, ARCs coming out February… oh boy).

the lady upstairs halley sutton the truth about keeping secrets savannah brown harrow the ninth tamsyn muir

apartment teddy wayne illness lesson clare beams indelicacy amina cain

The Price of Salt exciting times noise dolan A Crime in the Neighborhood by Suzanne Berne

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What have you read this week?

7 thoughts on “The Sunday Snuggle: January Wrap Up, February TBR & more, W5/2020

  1. Yay for Ducks! I’m so glad you liked it, and can agree that it feels good to pick up shorter things, afterward.
    So many of your February hopefuls look appealing to me, I’m (selfishly) hoping you’ll be able to read and review them all! If it’s not meant to be, I hope you enjoy the titles you do pick up, at least. 🙂

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    • Yes! I feel so productive reading a bunch of shorter books now! xD

      Thank you, Emily! I’m really looking forward to February. You’ll pick up Crime in the Neighborhood too, right? Or did you decide to skip that one? (I can hardly keep up with the chat anymore, so I’m a bit lost!)

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