February 2022 Monthly Wrap-Up

For most of February I still struggled to read, much less review. At least I managed to read more than in January, and finally finish the 2021 yearly wrap-up (please check it out!), but keep up with reviewing most of what I read, not so much. Mini reviews to come very soon.


  • Squire by Sara Alfageeh and Nadia Shammas (ARC): Some pacing problems, but handles its themes pretty well. Plus as a graphic novel it’s a really quick read.
  • The Missing Page by Cat Sebastian (non-SFF): A very fun mystery/romance.
  • In the Watchful City by S. Qiouyi Lu: I like experimental books, so of course I loved this. Did not expect poetry in between.
  • Seven Endless Forests by April Genevieve Tucholke: A fun Norse/Arthurian slump-breaker of a book. Standalone epic fantasy(!), fast paced, with a lot happening.
  • The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell (reread): Prompted because someone else was reading it for the first time. A sure sign that I’m not okay when I go reread this damn book…?
  • Strange Beasts of China by Yan Ge: Surreal, melancholic, unsettling, and wonderfully well-structured. Really liked it.

Books read in 2022: 8 (+ 2 rereads)
r/Fantasy Bingo Challenge progress: 25/25 (100%) 🥳🥳

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