February is yet another month filled with really good sounding books. I’ve already read a couple of them thanks to eARCs, but for the ones that I haven’t yet read, I’m really excited to check them out. Hopefully they’ll be just as awesome as I’m hoping!
The November box was a bit of a mixed bag for me. There were some items that I really liked, but there were other items that I wasn’t as big on. Overall, I had a positive feeling about the box but obviously they can’t all be perfect.
January marked the start of a brand new reading year. I’m excited for a fresh start and to read some really good books. I’m hoping to be able to tick more books off of my physical TBR, so I’ve joined a TBR challenge through bookstagram. Five of the books I read this month are from that.
The October OwlCrate was another pretty good box. It had some items that were definitely unconventional, but overall I really liked the designs of the items and the general practicality of them.
**Disclaimer: I received a free advanced reader’s copy of Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to them and the publisher for this opportunity.
Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power is her sophomore novel. It’s a YA horror/mystery thriller. The novel is about a girl named Margot who has a complicated relationship with her mother, and ends up returning to the town her mother grew up in to find out more about her family history. It was published on July 7th, 2020. I rated it 4 stars on GoodReads, but it’s probably more of a 4.5.