So, January has flown by and it is already February again! I guess it’s time now to show you what books I have read in the first month of the year. I’ll warn you up front: It is a lot of Vampire Academy! I read five books in only twelve days, which is quite a lot for me. And after that my exams started so I didn’t really had the time to start new books. Well, I might have had some time, but I know myself and when I start a book, I can’t put it down anymore but I couldn’t afford to do that during the exams. Next to the Vampire Academy I read two more books, so that makes a total of 7 books for this month. Not my best reading month, but not too bad either considering I have been reading so many study books as well in order to prepare for my exams. But let’s go, this is what I read:
Destroy Me by Tahereh Mafi
This is the first book that I read in Januari: a novella. Not a very special start, but I just felt like reading this book. I really enjoyed it, and found the perspective of Warner very interesting. I’m starting to understand his actions a little more, but I still feel like he is the bad guy. I have heard that I’ll probably change my mind after reading Unravel Me, which I recently bought, so I am very curious and can’t wait to pick up the next book. Another great thing: Ignite Me came out yesterday, so when I finish Unravel Me, I don’t have to wait very long to pick up the final book in this series.
Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead
Except for the first book in this series, I read them all in January. I didn’t feel like posting them all separetely, because that would take so much space and I don’t have that much to say about each individual book. On top of that, I don’t particularly like the covers of these books, so you’re not missing out on some pretty covers because of my laziness. If you want to know what I think about this series, you can check out my series review, which is spoiler free.
Looking for Alaska by John Green
This is the last book I read in January, after I finished my exams. John Green, what are you doing to me? The last few days have very much revolved around John Green because I read this book and I watched the trailer for The Fault in our Stars a million times. Both of those have messed with my feelings. But in a good way. The trailer made me really excited for the movie, and this book is just so beautiful I can’t stop thinking about it. I’ve been pretty much obsessing about John Green for the past few days.
What have you read in January?