February 2016 TBR list

  • Tuesday, February 02, 2016
  • By Jay D. Neog

If February being the shortest month isn’t enough, I have a family wedding to attend too. The wedding will easily steal away ten days of reading time. Thank God! It is a leap year. It means one extra day to read. I have kept my February TBR (to be read) pile very small. Here are the books ----

1. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell.

Since I read Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl in January and is still fascinated by the fandom of its main protagonist towards a fictional character known as Simon Snow, it is inevitable to not read Carry On. Carry On is the story that was shown as a fan fiction in Fangirl and now is published as a full blown book. Fangirl has created so much interest in me towards Simon Snow and Baz, who are now the main characters of Carry On. It is the first book I am going to pick up this February.

2. Killer Drop by Mette Bach

This is a book I have no idea about. I got it for review from NetGalley.com. This is the first book that I have requested from the website and I want to read and post a review of it soon enough.  I picked it up merely for its simple and fantastico cover. I am going to read this towards the last week of February.

3. When our Worlds Collide by Aniesha Brahma

I always keep one Indian book in my monthly TBR list. I acquired Aniesha Brahma’s When our Worlds Collide last month and have been waiting to read it since then. I read her first book ‘The Secret Proposal’ years ago and really loved it. Aniesha Brahma is one of the very few Indian authors who have not disappointed me. So I am expecting this book to be similarly good as her other books. I am reading When our Worlds Collide as soon as I finish Carry On.

4. Until Friday Night by Abbi Glines

I remember reading the blurb of this book somewhere and immediately purchasing it from Amazon. The story looks so interesting. The male lead in this book appears to be peppy and jokes around but deep inside he is broken. The female protagonist has suffered from a very hurtful past which left such a big impact on her that she doesn’t speak anymore. Certain circumstances bring them closer and sparks ignite between them. The thing that the female lead isn’t some hot and perfect girl separates this book from various other college romance novels and it is the reason that I am super excited to read this one. I haven’t read any Abbi Glines novel before but I still have this feeling that I am going to enjoy Until Friday Night a lot.

What are the books that you’re planning to read this February? Tell me below in the comments.

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