Wednesday, March 2, 2016

February 2016 | Monthly Wrap Up

February was a hard month for me, and I'm not entirely sure why. I felt like maybe I was getting my head on straight and that fell short, but maybe soon? Who knows, really, who the hell knows. Besides that - it also wasn't a good month for reading. Which was disappointing after how good January was. Well, it wasn't good until the last week when there was a read-a-thon and I read six books, all of them rereads.

I made the mistake of reorganizing my books and realized how many books I wanted to read and how I'd probably never get to them and to many books. And then I didn't read from a book book until the 22nd, about (twenty days in the middle). I'm hoping the rereading will get me back into it. I just posted my weekly wrap up about the week of reading, with a spew that made, hopefully, some sense about my mixed feeling about how much I love the TMI and ID books.

City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments #1) by Cassie Clare (4/5)
City of Ashes (TMI #2) by Cassie Clare (4/5)
City of Glass (TMI #3) by Cassie Clare (4/5)
Clockwork Angel (Infernal Devices #1) by Cassie Clare (4/5)
Clockwork Prince (ID #2) by Cassie Clare (5/5)
Clockwork Princess (ID #3) by Cassie Clare (5/5)

Graphic Novels/Trade paperbacks:
Rick and Morty, Volume 1 by Zac Gorman, CJ Cannon (4/5)
Pop (#1-4) by Curt Pires, Jason Copland (2/5)
Hawkeye vs. Deadpool by Gerry Duggan, Matteo Lolli (3/5)

Single issues:
Paper Girls #1 - 5 by Brian K Vaughan, Cliff Chiang (4/5) (5/5)
Monstress #1, #2, & #3 by Marjorie Liu, Sana Takeda (5/5)

Obviously I enjoyed the rereads, and I already went over this, but besides that - Monstress was incredible, I was in love with it from the first issue. Paper Girls was very much the same, though a little unsure about it, but the first story arc for this series is fantastic. I highly recommend both of them.

How was your February - reading related or not?

On the Blog:
February 1st | Weekly Wrap Up #30
January 2016 | Monthly Wrap Up
February 8th | Weekly Wrap Up #31

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