February Book Wrap Up – March Books

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February Book Wrap Up

It will never be too late to say, Happy New Month! I hope you had a great reading time in February.  It started really slow for me but it got better as the month progressed. I read six books at the end of February.

February Book Wrap Up

February Book Wrap Up


A book recommended by a bookstagrammer: The Sellout by Paul Beatty. I am yet to finish this book and I really hope I get to finish this book soon because it is too early in the year to be carrying over books. Discipline, girl!

A book about love: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones. When I was looking for a book about love, this was not what I imagined. I reviewed the book here

A book from my tbr pile/review copy: Books from Bahati Publishers. I receive Wine and Water by Hannah Onoguwe and A Season For Mending by Vanessa Muthee last year and should have reviewed it months ago but I just read it last month and will be publishing the review soon.

A book from my tbr pile/review copy: Catching Fire By Suzzane Collins. I already started The Hunger Game Series and had the complete series, it was just time to read the second book.  Do check out my post about the book here

Other books I read in February

How Dare The Sun Rise: Memoirs of a War Child by Sandra Uwiringiymana & Abigail Pesta

Becoming a Minimalist: Your Guide to Living a Great Life with Less Through Minimalism by Kimberly Wilson.

February Event Recap

I did not attend any bookish event in February.


February Book Wrap Up

A book written by a female author: The Seed Thief by Jacqui L’Ange. In honour of International Women’s Day  on the 8th of March, I will be reading a book by a female author.

A book by an Algerian author: What the Day Owes the Night  by Yasmina Khadra. I will be commencing my ‘Books from 30 African countries challenge’.   

 A book with a fascinating title: In The Name of our Father by Korede S. Yishau.

A book written about an Angolan author: Rainy Season by José Eduardo Agualusa.

A book written by a male author:  The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.

What are you reading in March?


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