Hello, hello and welcome (or welcome back)! This post is very, very late but February and March were a lot busier than I expected so I haven’t really managed to keep up with everything. But better late than never as they say!
So… let’s take a quick time trip back to February.
What I added to my shelves
Huge thanks to all the publishers, authors and NetGalley for the e-arcs! Link in title takes you to Goodreads.
- A House with Good Bones by T. Kingfisher – out in March 2023
- Morgan is My Name by Sophie Keetch – out in June 2023
- Herc by Phoenicia Rogerson – out in August 2023
- Shanghai Immortal by A. Y. Chao – out in June 2023
- Gender (Questioni di Genere in the Italian translation) by Raewyn W. Connell
- Le Identità di Genere by Elisabetta Ruspini
- The Bullet that Missed by Richard Osman
What I Read
I managed to read 5 books in February and only one of them was for uni, so yay! To say I’m behind on reviews would be an understatement at this point, since I only actually reviewed two of these books… oops. I’ll definitely catch up on the others though so keep an eye out for those posts (hopefully) soon!
- The Last Tale of the Flower Bride by Roshani Chokshi – a lush gothic tale brimming with secrets
- The Enchanted Village by Jon Fabris – a fairytale with strong potential that was sadly not fully realised in my view
- Le Identità di Genere by Elisabetta Ruspini – a good introduction to gender studies, helpful for beginners but not so much for anyone looking for a more in-depth discussion of the different topics
- Saint by Adrienne Young – going back to the Narrows to meet Saint and Isolde properly was such a treat! Perfect for fans of the Fable duology.
- The Leviathan by Rosie Andrews – a highly intriguing historical horror set in England during the civil war.