February Books

Read (reverse order)

Taking Wing (Star Trek: Titan, #1), Michael A. Martin

  • Read this so I can get to the second one because it’s been positively discussed by Women at Warp

Darius the Great Is Not Okay, Adib Khorram

  • Not a bad book, but perhaps an example of why it’s not good for me to get hyped about Goodreads or Book Riot recommendations and wait ages for it to be available at the library. Six months later when I finally sit down with whatever book it is I tend to be underwhelmed.

Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles, #2), Marissa Meyer

  • Kind of like the above, this whole series has tons of holds and great reviews and I don’t get why. It’s not compelling or unique enough of a twist on the fairy tales IMO to wait on each book to free up (or to buy them all).

Concussion, Jeanne Marie Laskas

My Fight / Your Fight, Ronda Rousey


Invisible Women, Caroline Criado Perez (pre-order)


Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal, by Christopher Moore

  • Suspect I just wasn’t in the mood for this one before the library loan ran out. I got it because I’ve been reading a lot of heavy reads lately and could use some lighter fare but didn’t have the attention span for it. Didn’t have any objections though.