Books I Read in February 2022
One of my New Year’s Resolutions this year was to read at least 50 books this year. In February, I added five new books to that list:
- The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody
The Geography of Lost Things is a road trip book that was a very fun read. It does tackle some parental issues, but it stays very light-hearted all the way to the end. If you are looking for a casual book to read on vacation, this is the book for you!
- It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover
I picked up this novel after seeing it all over the place on TikTok. I loved this book and how it was written, but was not prepared for the actual content. Everything I had seen on TikTok featured the lighter side of this book, so I thought it was a nice little love story. If you are going to pick this book up, please note that it does contain domestic violence and sexual assault. The main character is very strong and I love the side characters that Colleen Hoover featured. Every character felt fully developed and added to the depth to the book, which I loved.
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
This was my third time reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Every time I read it, I feel differently about it. The book is told through a series of letters, which I love. It is such an original way to tell a story and makes it feel more immersive.
- Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Alice in Wonderland was my favorite Disney movie when I was young, but I have never read the book behind the film. Since it was available to download for free on Apple iBooks, I decided it was time to revisit the story. It was a fun and easy read for a nice snowy day.
- And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
If you are looking to get out of a reading slump, I would highly recommend this book. It is a rather fast-paced mystery novel told in several perspective. Though it was written in the 50s, it feels contemporary when you read it.
What books have you read lately? Comment any recommendations down below!