February 2019 Wrap Up

So I read a total of 11 books this month. The books at the top of the page are books from my personal TBR and I either own them or I borrowed them from the library. The books are the bottom of the page are ARC or review copies that have been sent to me from publishers!

Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer by Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer 5/5 stars
Expeting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom is Wrong – and What You Really Need to Know by Emily Oster 2/5 stars
The Wicked King by Holly Black 5/5 stars
The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter 3/5 stars

Between the Lies by Michelle Adams 4/5 stars
Better Together: Life is Best with a Friend Like You by Warren Photographic 5/5 stars
God, I Know You’re There by Bonnie Rickner Jensen 5/5 stars
The Tiny Truths Illustrated Bible: The Incredible Story of Who God Is, Who You Are and Who You Were Made to Be by Joanna Rivard & Tim Penner 5/5 stars
The Line Between by Tosca Lee 3/5 stars
The Stillwater Girls by Minka Kent 4/5 stars


So from my personal TBR, The Wicked King by Holly Black was by far my favorite book I read in February. No spoilers, but man can she write a plot twist. I need the 3rd book ASAP! ARC wise this month, The Stillwater Girls by Minka Kent was definitely my favorite. I have seen some negative reviews about this one but I really enjoyed it and if you haven’t, definitely add this one to your thriller TBR. I read several great children’s books this month but my favorite was The Tiny Truths Illustrated Bible by Joanna Rivard and Tim Penner. The illustrations were just incredible and it included so many wonderful Bible stories.

You will notice that I have been increasing the number of children’s books I read and review. If you don’t follow me on Instragram (@mrsreadsbooks) or Twitter (@mrs_readsbooks) you probably missed my announcement earlier in February that my husband and I are expecting and are due in early September! So, although I read a lot of fiction and nonfiction in variety of adult genres, you will also notice an increase in children’s books. And if we aren’t friends on Instagram, come find me! I love chatting and checking out everyone’s beautiful book photos!

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