February 2020 TBR!

Hey guys! Today I am bringing you my February TBR (also my birthday month!). I did really well in January and according to Goodreads I’m up to date with my reading challenge, so hopefully I can keep that going this month.

The Manifestations of Sherlock Holmes by James Lovegrove: I’m currently reading this collection of short stories and I’m enjoying it so far though I do feel that Holmes has solved the cases extremely fast in some of them! I’m not very far in yet though so maybe there’s longer stories further in.

All the Best Lies by Joanna Schaffhausen: This is one of those crime thrillers that sounds like it’s going to be filled to the brim with corruption and deceit. It sounds very complex; I suspect the murder of Reed Markham’s mother has been covered up the past forty years and it’s only now going to be uncovered. I’m curious to see if people in powerful positions have helped cover this up and why. I hope it lives up to my expectations!

Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs: I’ve fallen a little behind with this series and since it is one of my favourites I’d really like to be caught up with it. I love how unique it is and I can’t wait to see what other peculiar photographs are featured in the latest books.

Fawkes and Baxter by Daniel Cole: Since I ticked off my first series last month, I’m keen to keep this going by finishing another. As far as I’m aware this one is a trilogy and the final book came out last year but since I can’t fully remember what happened in the first two books, I’d like to do a complete reread of this trilogy. I rated the first two five stars, the second book was particularly thrilling as it didn’t let up the entire way through. I constantly felt on edge and worried for the characters, it was such a brilliant book. Hopefully the third one ends with a bang!

Hopefully I can fit all these in but February is such a short month so we’ll see! What books are you planning on reading this month? Feel free to leave a comment below. I hope you enjoyed this post and thank you so much for reading!

2 thoughts on “February 2020 TBR!

    • Beth says:

      Oh no that’s a shame! To be honest I did read it in 2016 so maybe I’ll view it differently now but at the time I loved how wonderfully creative it was and how he built that world using his collection of photographs. I’d never come across anything like that before and it captured my interest right away 🙂 I was reading a lot of fantasy books and it stood out to me because it was a mixture of genres which all seemed to work really well together. I didn’t like the third book though I was disappointed with that. The pictures didn’t work as well and there wasn’t much of a plot. I might feel the same about the others but at the moment I’m really excited to read them 🙂

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