Read in February 2014

I am once again reminded of my lack of non-fiction reading. I’ll try to pick up more non-fiction books this month (oops it’s already March!), especially those off my non-fiction reading list, which has been sadly neglected.

I had such a great time with Graphic Novels Month, reading six in February and then forgetting that February was such a short month, and thus having more to read in March (henceforth known as Not-Graphic Novels Month).

Meanwhile, I finished up a few books I had started in January, then picked up some amazing reads like Claire of the Sea Light, The Good Muslim, and Why We Broke Up. And I finally read YA darlings John Green and Veronica Roth, although I think I was more impressed by the former.

Fiction (12)
Divergent – Veronica Roth
An expert in murder (Josephine Tey #1) – Nicola Upson
Cheating at Canasta – William Trevor
The Good Muslim – Tahmina Anam
The Drowning Girl – Caitlin R Kiernan
The people in the trees – Hanya Yanagihara
Claire of the sea light – Edwidge Danticat
Looking for Alaska – John Green
Why we broke up – Daniel Handler, Maira Kalman
Shovel Ready -Adam Sternbergh
Zahrah the wind seeker – Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu
Coincidence – J.W. Ironmonger

Graphic Novels (6)
The eternal smile – Gene Luen Yang
Hilda and the midnight giant – Luke Pearson
Hilda and the bird parade – Luke Pearson
Delphine – Richard Sala
Emiko superstar – Mariko Tamaki, illustrated by Steve Rolston
Sunny 1 – Taiyo Matsumoto
Sloth – Gilbert Hernandez

Non-fiction (2)
Bury my heart at wounded Knee: an Indian history of the American West – Dee Brown
How to be a woman – Caitlin Moran


  1. I didn’t know you had a nonfiction reading list! Brother, I’m Dying, Garbage Land, and A Jury of Her Peers are all on my tbr list too. I hope March is another good month full of reading.


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