You always see people saying that February is the worst month for reading. I didn’t believe it myself, until now. I had possibly the worst reading month ever and I only managed to finish one full book (not including the multiple mangas I got through).
I’ve well and truly hit a slump and honestly I’m still in it now. March hasn’t really started off any better for me, but hopefully I’ll get back into reading again soon. Anyway here is my (very) short February wrap-up.
Attack on Titan Vol. 13, Vol. 14 & Vol. 15 by Hajime Isayama
Read: 3/02/22 – 28/02/22
I’m just under halfway with the main Attack on Titan series and I’m still absolutely loving it. Although there have definitely been some filler volumes I still enjoy reading them. It’s my favourite anime so I’m more than happy to read any content, even if it is just filler content.
I reckon I will be finished with this series in the next few months if I continue with the speed I am reading them now.
Goodreads synopsis: In this post-apocalyptic sci-fi story, humanity has been devastated by the bizarre, giant humanoids known as the Titans. Little is known about where they came from or why they are bent on consuming mankind. Seemingly unintelligent, they have roamed the world for years, killing everyone they see. For the past century, what’s left of the human race has hidden in a giant, three-walled city. People believe their 100-metre-high walls will protect them from the Titans, but the sudden appearance of an immense Titan is about to change everything.
A Hunt of Shadows (A Trial of Sorcerers #2) by Elise Kova
Read: 9/02/22 – 24/02/22
It was a miracle that I managed to get through this book. Not because it was bad, of course it wasn’t, but my god did I have absolutely no desire to read in February. I had very little motivation to do anything really.
As I’ve already written a full review of A Hunt of Shadows I will politely point you in direction of it. Read the review here.
Goodreads synopsis: Eira is now a champion of the Solaris Empire. She’s off to a land she’s only dreamed about. But a nightmare awaits her.
Her sworn enemy has escaped. His allies are powerful and deadly. And Eira finds herself tangled in the dangerous web of the undercity of Risen where the mysterious Court of Shadows and lethal Pillars battle for the fate of the kingdom.
Like this post? Why not read this one too: To Be Read: March 2022