I had a fabulous jaunt down the Tudor period in Feb, along with a bit of detour to Russia thanks to my February reads. It has been a while since I read 12 books in a month, and even better is that most of these books are totally binge worthy. At the moment, I can’t get enough of books about the Tudor period in England and the Romanov’s in Russia. Still, I did throw in a few contemporary books to remind me that I live in the 21st century.
Feb 18 Wrap Up – All the Royal Scandals!
Favourite book : The House of Special Purpose – a must read if you love Russian History
Second favourite book : The Taming of the Queen – I’m obsessed with the Tudors!
Funniest book : Oh My God, what a complete Aisling
Scariest book : Any of the Tudor ones, Henry VIII was a psychopath!
Favourite cover : The Secret Wife
Least favourite book : Entanglement – I liked the characters, but I wasn’t a fan of the writing style. Too literary for me.
Saddest book : All the Tudor books, The House of Special Purpose and The Secret Wife – they are brimming with royal scandals, suspicion, plots, treason and all the deaths.
Lesson of the month : It’s no fun being Royal!
Most thought-provoking book : The Memory Chamber – it had me rooting through my brain for my favourite memories
Uniquest book : The Memory Chamber – creating a heaven using alternate reality, that was a first for me!
Most heart-warming book: Secrets We Keep – a lovely story about second chances at life and romance
Twistiest book : The Daughter – Lucy Dawson always surprises me with a curveball
Talk to Trish: How was your Feb reading? What was your favourite book? Have you read any of the ones I read?