TBR: February 2022

Hello, everyone! It is the start of another month, which means it is time again to plan out what I want to read. I’m not participating in any readathons again this month. So, I’m mostly picking these books based on what ARCs need to be reviewed and what books I’m in the mood to read.

In total, I want to read 12 books in February 2022 despite this being a shorter month. I have a ton of ARCs to get through, and one of my library holds came in way earlier than I expected. So, rather than take anything off the list, I’m just gonna try to power through it all. We’ll see how it goes. I’m also going to be reading The Obelisk Gate by N. K. Jemisin along with other members of The Oasis Discord channel, which I’m excited about because I’ve wanted to finish this trilogy for the last five years. I’m finally moving on to book two!

My list for this month includes the following books:

  • Mission to Disaster by Justina Ireland (eARC)
  • The Starless Crown by James Rollins (Library ebook)
  • Age of Ash by Daniel Abraham (eARC)
  • The Justice of Kings by Richard Swan (eARC)
  • The Circus Infinite by Khan Wong (eARC)
  • Bluebird by Ciel Perlot (eARC)
  • Here’s To Us by Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera (Hardback)
  • Founder’s Mercy by Owen Lach (eARC)
  • The Fate of Us by Rachel Bowdler (Physical ARC)
  • The Obelisk Gate by N.K. Jemisin (Paperback)
  • Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall (Audiobook)
  • The Great Hunt by Robert Jordan (Audiobook)

What do you plan to read this month? Do we have any books in common?

13 thoughts on “TBR: February 2022

  1. Great list of books! I just got Something Fabulous yesterday cos it was going for 99p and I couldn’t resist 😍 I can’t wait to read it. I hope you enjoy all your February reads!

    • I just finished the audiobook last night. I got it through Kindle Unlimited, which I didn’t even know was a thing. I’ve never seen an audiobook available through that service, but I also don’t use it much. So, I couldn’t pass it up. The book was crazy, over the top, and full of funny banter, but some of the characters were insufferable.

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