Monthly TBR | February 2021

Hello everyone!

If you read my January Wrap-Up post you’ll know of my plans to read one Robin Hobb and one Diana Gabaldon book a month. That goal is in jeopardy because I didn’t like Dragonfly in Amber as much as I thought I would, so I’m not adding Voyager to my official TBR. I’m planning on reading Royal Assassin this month if it’s delivered in time from Book Depository.

Of course A Court of Silver Flames is on my TBR this month. I’m trash for Maas, just like everyone else. I’ll probably reread A Court of Frost and Starlight to situate myself in the world again.

I’m usually not a fan of big commercial fiction novels because I tend to find them overhyped, but my sister-in-law got me Where The Crawdads Sing for Christmas because she’s been trying to convince me to read it for awhile now. February is the month I finally get to it.

A Court of Silver Flames (A Court of Thorns and Roses #4) – Sarah J. Maas

Children of Dune (Dune #3) – Frank Herbert

Where the Crawdads Sing – Delia Owens

Trouble Always Finds Me (Trouble #2) – James Taylor with Marco Sparks

Royal Assassin (Farseer Trilogy #2) – Robin Hobb

The Lost Village – Camilla Sten


Have you read any of these? What did you think? What’s on your February TBR?

5 thoughts on “Monthly TBR | February 2021

  1. I personally loved Where the Crawdads Sing although I agree the hype around that book is pretty insane! 😂 Dune is on my TBR but that book intimidates the heck out of me! I hope you enjoy all these books!

  2. One of my favorite YouTubers (Renee Amberg) was literally head over heels for When the Crawdads Sing. I was going to buy it, but I decided to get The Hazel Wood instead. I think you’ll really like the book though, and seeing this on your list makes me really want to read it too.

    1. I have about 50 pages left of Where the Crawdads Sing and I haven’t liked it at all. I’m not sure what it is, but hyped up coming of age stories like this never work for me. I wish I could have liked it more because the writing is beautiful, but the story isn’t there for me.

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