Part Two of what I read in January will be coming next week, but for now I will be talking about what I'm going to read in February. February is another month, like January, where I have plenty of free time as I'm off Uni, so I'm hoping to read 4-5 books. We'll see how that goes. I have quite a few review copies I want to read as you will see!
Passenger By Alexandra Bracken* - This is a book I've had on my to-read list on Good Reads after seeing lots of people read and like it. I personally don't like to read up on things too much before starting books, but from what I've gathered this is a fantasy book with a time travelling aspect which looks a bit historical too. I've heard wonderful things about this so this is a must read for me this month!
The Happiness Project By Gretchen Rubin* - I suspect this will be a book I dip in and out of as I usually like to read non-fiction that way. I've been reading a lot of fiction novels lately, so it will be nice to have something a bit different to read. This book is, as you may suspect, about trying to find happiness in life. I don't know too much about it, but I'm always up for a self-improving book to motivate me this early in the year.
The Revenant By Michael Punke* - I'm choosing this month to read The Revenant, as I'm sure you all know, the book is now a movie. I don't know which order I'll watch/read in but this is as good a time as any to check this book out. This is a survival novel about a man who is mauled by a bear. I'm not sure how similar the book and movie is, but only that the book is inspired by the movie.
The Siren By Kiera Cass* - This is probably the book I'm most excited to read this month. I really liked The Selection series by Kiera Cass, and this time she has released a standalone fantasy romance novel which involves the idea of merpeople. Stories about mermaids are my favourite so I'm just so keen to get into this.
Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda By Becky Albertalli - This isn't pictured, but this book is a contemporary YA I've heard many people loving, and as I recently got it from the library, I will need to read this before I have to return it (obviously, hah). I'm guessing this is going to be a funny book about the perils of being a teenager in this day in age, as well as the difficulties of being not-so-openly gay.
Do you like the sound of any of these books?