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January Wrap Up | 2021

Happy February!
I don’t know about anyone else, but I felt like January was the lost month ever.
I didn’t read much in Jan, I had a lot going on, I didn’t expect to read much anyway. I’ve been dealing with personal issues on top on uni deadlines. It has been a chaotic month and I’m glad it’s over!
I did manage to read 3 books, which I’m happy with:

Graceling by Kristin Cashore (reread)

Graceling by Kristin Cashore | Gollancz - Bringing You News From Our World  To Yours

I kick started the year with a reread. I want to reread this series before diving into the new book, which was released in Jan. I was super worried I wouldn’t like this book upon rereading, it had been 4 years or so since I first read it. I ended up really loving it!
Review here // Rating: 5 Stars

The Invisible Life of Addie Larue by V.E. Schwab

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue: Amazon.co.uk: V.E. Schwab:  9781785652509: Books

Next, I finally read Addie Larue. Which I meant to read last year, but didn’t get around to it. Oh wow. I have so many thoughts on this. I have a full review coming soon (it’s quite a lengthy one). I have so many feelings on this book. I started off thinking I wouldn’t like it, by the end I loved it.
Rating: 4 Stars

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

Buy The Midnight Library 9781786892706 by Matt Haig for only £14.

Lastly, I read another book I didn’t get to last year. I really wanted to love this, but I just didn’t. I’ll discuss it more in my review.
Rating: 3 Stars


How many books did you read in Jan? Any new favourites?

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