My Wonderful Reading Year- February 2020 #Fiction #NonFiction #MyWonderfulReadingYear

Welcome to a series of posts that chart my wonderful reading year, 2020. I don’t have the time to review all the books I read and wanted I way to celebrate each one. So I’m going to do a monthly post of all the wonderful books I’ve reading that month. Short snappy reviews, simple comments about why I enjoyed them so much.

So welcome to my celebration of my reading in February 2020 😀

Well the second month of the Year got off to a wonderful start with Wild Girls Spinning by Carol Lovekin. Stunning writing about loss, love and rebirth.

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Then I finished Little by Edward Carey, which is stunning. Macabre in places, but also deeply moving. This is without a doubt my favourite read of 2020 so far.

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Next I finished as book that has sat on my TBR pile for a long time, The Secret Life of Cows by Rosamund Young. A non fiction book I have wanted to read for a while and though I didn’t enjoy it as much as I expected, it was still a fascinating read.

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Following this, it was a children’s book Sparky The Dragon Bus by Sue Wickstead. Charming and educational, it’s a great addition to a wonderful series.

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Next came my second non fiction book this month, Over The Top – My Story by Jonathan Van Ness. It was everything I hoped it would be, honest, emotional and a great read. I recommend it to anyone looking for their next autobiography.

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Next came two stunning reads from the publisher Orenda Books.

Beast by Matt Wesolowski is a novel of our times, powerful and haunting, this new episode of Six Stories is simply stunning.

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It was going to be difficult for my next read to live up to Beast’s impact on me as a reader, but Death Deserved by Thomas Enger and Jorn Lier, was superb and the start of an exciting new series.

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My final fiction read this month was The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal. An enjoyable gothic historical thriller and a very impressive debut.

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My final read in February was the stunning The Salt Path by Raynor Winn. Deeply moving and inspiring, I will without doubt be reading her new book.

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Well it has been another wonderful reading month and I can’t wait to see what Match will bring my way.

 

 

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