Fictionophile’s February 2021 Reading Wrap-Up

Despite it being the shortest month of the year, I managed to read twelve titles in February. This is a personal best for me and I hope I can maintain the pace in future months so as to get a decent handle on my TBR. There are many stellar reads here, and truth be told I enjoyed them all.

I have FOUR favourites of the month: “The Downstairs Neighbor” by Helen Cooper; “Nighthawking”  by Russ Thomas; “The Daughters of Foxcote Manor” by Eve Chase; and “Dead End” by Rachel Lynch (review to follow)

I feel very lucky to have access to so many wonderful books. All the books above are reviewed here on the blog if you want to take a look.

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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9 Responses to Fictionophile’s February 2021 Reading Wrap-Up

  1. Sheree @ Keeping Up With The Penguins says:

    What a month! TWELVE! Love an even dozen hahaha. Good on you, Lynne!

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  2. Louise says:

    Well done on an amazing reading month! I hope you enjoyed all of your books and have another amazing month in March!

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  3. Carol says:

    Congrats on a great reading month! 🎉🎉🎉

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  4. Christine says:

    And wow, 12 books! I read ONE. The Rose Code. A big tome, but a real goody. 😊

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  5. Christine says:

    Oh, I loved The Wartime Sisters, Lynne, and I really want to read Northern Reach. Wartime Sisters, along with The Nightingale and The Two Family House are responsible for getting me interested in historical fiction.

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