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February Wrap-Up

February was an amazing reading month for me! I’m so happy with the amount of books I read. I hope y’all enjoy this post and make sure to comment some of the books you read this month. 🙂

fuck it do what you love

1. F**k It: Do What You Love by John C. Parkin

Rating: 4/5 stars

I finally finished this book after picking it up months ago. Crazy. I know! Anyway, I liked this book. It had some pretty good messages and some great quotes/experiences from others to see just what it can be like. I also loved the fact that the author had his own experiences and he was learning along the way. He shared his stories and his experiences. This book has been a great read for me.

the unhappiness syndrome

2. The Unhappiness Syndrome by Ryuho Okawa

Rating: 2.5/5 stars

I have a full review on this book so if you want to read that just click here. I thought the first half of this book was pretty good mainly because I could relate more to what she was talking about, but I couldn’t relate to the second half of the book at all. The advice she gave wasn’t too bad and I do believe this book can be very helpful to a lot of people.

fire-in-frost

3. Fire in Frost by Alicia Rades

Rating: 4/5 stars

I was pleasantly surprised when it came to this book. I say that because I wasn’t sure I was going to like this book. I got the whole series really cheap on my Kindle so I didn’t have the highest expectations, but this book surprised me. I actually really liked this book and was able to fly through it pretty quickly! I wish there was more mystery to it though. Still an amazing read that wasn’t super cheesy or over exaggerated, it felt pretty real for the most part.

desire-in-frost

4. Desire in Frost by Alicia Rades

Rating: 3/5 stars

I was hoping the series would get a lot better as I read it, but I was let down with this book. I like how quick and simple these books are, though. The thing I hate most about this book is that Crystal (the main character) is in love with her soon to be step cousin. Some of y’all might think, “if they aren’t blood related then why does it matter?” It just bothers me! I think it’s weird blood related or not they’re still related and it just bothers me that now they’re dating. Plus I was hoping there would be more mystery and less romance, but oh well.

this dangerous book

5. This Dangerous Book by Steve and Jackie Green

Rating: 3.5/5 stars

My full review is here! I enjoyed this book andfound it to be pretty interesting! I thought it had some cool things in it and I also loved some of the personal stories they told. I am Christian so I found it very interesting to learn about the Bible. 🙂 I just loved seeing the impact it’s had on the world.

inspired-by-frost

6. Inspired by Frost

Rating: 4/5 stars

I liked this book more than the second book but I’m still annoyed by Crystal’s relationship, but I ignored it and the book wasn’t too bad. I also liked the story more than the second book’s story because I just found it more interesting and stuff haha. Also, just a little warning these books deal with some pretty serious topics so if you get triggered easily then I don’t suggest this series.

fading-frost

7. Fading Frost by Alicia Rades

Rating: 4.5/5 stars

I guess I spoke a little too soon. These books did get a little better each time. I just wasn’t a huge fan of the second book I guess. It’s not like these are the best books I’ve ever read but they were really fun to read and they were quick reads! They were all very enjoyable as well. I really liked the story this book had, but I was disappointed that it lacked an explination at one point, but obviously I don’t wanna spoil anything haha.

Bubbles' Tale

8. Bubbles’ Tale: One Cat’s Story of a Forever Home by Colleen Sheehan

Rating: 3/5 stars

I have a full review for this book here. I thought this book was really cute and touching. It was also pretty funny as it just captures the persona of a cat so perfectly! I didn’t think this book was amazing and it didn’t wow me, but I still enjoyed it. It was a nice wuick read. 🙂

who-could-that-be-at-this-hour

9. Who Could That Be at This Hour? by Lemony Snicket

Rating: 3/5 stars

I’m disappointed that I didn’t love this book more. It was interesting and had some good twists and turns but at the same time it could get confusing. I like the mystery in it and of course I love the writing style. I just wish that the story was a little better and a little less confusing.

when-did-you-last-see-her

10. When Did You See Her Last? by Lemony Snicket

Rating: 4/5 stars

I definitely enjoyed this book more than the first one. I think it helped that I kind of got into the flow of things and understood more. I love how witty and silly this book it. I liked the story of this one more and I just enjoyed it more, but it’s not like it blew me away or anything.

shouldnt-you-be-in-school

11. Shouldn’t You Be in School? by Lemony Snicket

Rating: 3.5/5 stars

This one was interesting, but I don’t think it was as good as the second one. It had a few twists I wasn’t expecting and it helped me stay interested. I like how mysterious everything is about this series. There’s not much else I can say without spoiling it haha.

why-is-this-night-any-different

12. Why is This Night Different From All Other Nights? by Lemony Snicket

Rating: 4/5 stars

This one was a pretty good ending to the book and leaves some mystery to it as well. The only reason I didn’t give this book five stars is because it doesn’t feel very memorable to me. It’s one of those books where I enjoyed it, but I won’t be recommending it all the time and it’ll be off my mind quickly. It was a fun series though and all very quick reads!


I didn’t reach my goal but I’m very happy with how much I read! 🙂

I really need some people to enter my giveaway becasue so far no one has…click here to enter!

I promise to have a better giveaway in the future but if no one enters this one then I’ll just have to give the book to a family member or something haha. So, please someone enter my giveaway!

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