So, I only read three books in February, but they were fantastic books and that’s what it’s all about, right? Quality as opposed to quantity. February passed much in the same way as January. In Glasgow, we’re still being told to stay at home and only go out for essentials and exercise, so aside from walking along the nearby canal and popping across to the shop, I haven’t gone anywhere or seen anyone. I’m not complaining, though. It’s for a good reason, plus it’s not like I’ve been bored. Being an introvert, I can always find things to keep me amused at home. I genuinely worry sometimes that I’ll find adjusting back to ‘normality’ more difficult than lockdown.
Anyway, onto the books that I read during February. Click on the book title to read my full review.
The Haunting of Hill House, Shirley Jackson
A Touch of Darkness, Scarlett St. Clair
The Covent Garden Ladies, Hallie Rubenhold
What was your favourite February read? Let me know in the comments!