Recursion by Blake Crouch
Foul is Fair by Hannah Capin
Death Deserved by Jorn Lier Horst & Thomas Enger
The Gifted School by Bruce Holsinger (🎧)
Ghosts of the Missing by Kathleen Donohoe
The Absolution by Yrsa Sigurdardottir
The Waste Lands by Stephen King
Dead to Her by Sarah Pinborough
Devil’s Knot by Mara Leveritt (🎧)
The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James
Beast by Matt Wesolowski
The Kill Club by Wendy Heard (🎧)
The Other Mrs. by Mary Kubica
13 books! (10 physical/3 audio)
Favorites: Death Deserved, The Absolution, Dead to Her
February might be the shortest month of the year, but it was extremely successful for my reading! Thanks to a fun bought of the flu I was able to read a few more physical books this month.
Overall, I really loved most of these books and found a few new authors that I want to read more by.
I’m already loving the reads I’m kicking off March with, so I’m hoping to keep the momentum going!
Have you read any of these? I’d love to know your thoughts!
Cheers to March reads! 🥂
Interested in snagging a copy of any of these books? Check them out here:
RECURSION: Amazon | Book Depository
FOUL IS FAIR: Amazon | Book Depository
DEATH DESERVED: Amazon | Book Depository
THE GIFTED SCHOOL: Amazon | Book Depository
GHOSTS OF THE MISSING: Amazon | Book Depository
THE ABSOLUTION: Amazon | Book Depository
THE WASTE LANDS: Amazon | Book Depository
DEAD TO HER: Amazon | Book Depository
DEVIL’S KNOT: Amazon | Book Depository
THE SUN DOWN MOTEL: Amazon | Book Depository
BEAST: Amazon | Book Depository
THE KILL CLUB: Amazon | Book Depository
THE OTHER MRS.: Amazon | Book Depository
Disclosure: A huge thank you to Orenda Books, Minotaur Books, HMH Books, Wednesday Books, Harlequin Books, Berkley, William Morrow, and TLC Book Tours for sending me free copies of these books in exchange for my honest review.
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