My February 2023 in Books

I read five books in February. This is amazing considering I had a cold at the beginning of the month and didn’t feel like reading. Granted one was an unusual cookbook with blurbs in it and another one was super short but that’s okay. Plus one or two I was reading for forever and happened to finish them in February.

The books I read were:

  • Blood in the Water by Caleb Roehrig
  • The Serial Killer Cookbook by Ashley Lecker
  • Spare by Prince Harry
  • Spring Will Come by Ginny Dye
  • Still Alice by Lisa Genoa

I read Still Alice when it first came out and enjoyed it. Reading it again, I appreciated the ending but I didn’t like some of the beginning. Surely her college would have noticed something was off long before she told them about her diagnosis and why didn’t her doctor call her family after she returned to the doctor without a companion.

Blood in the Water was okay, it was fun but it’s not an award winning mystery or anything. I read it to get my reading numbers up.

The Serial Killer Cookbook talked about different murderers and what their last meal was before they were executed. Then the author gave a recipe on how to make one piece of all of the meal. It was unusual and while interesting it made me feel weird knowing some of them are my favorite or enjoyable meal before they died

I enjoyed Spring Will Come as it’s about the civil war, it just took me forever to read (I think a month.) There’s several more and I wonder how long it’ll take me.

I’m not sure about Spare. I liked it but as well all celebrity gossip books it was all about him.

Here’s to a new month of reading.


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