Others WrapUp

February Wrap Up | 2022

Hello, my fellow Spirals!

This month has not be a great one for me in terms of academia, or physical health. So naturally it reflected strongly in my reading. But I am listening to my body and mind and taking it slow. It’s completely understandable that I wasn’t in the right headspace to focus on books and spent more of time gaming instead.

Reviews Posted

  1. The Queen’s Gambit | Book Review

  1. Youtubers & Podcasts to Check Out
  2. Personalized Recommendation Series | Ep 1

Book Tags I Did

  1. The Racing to Read Book Tag | 2020 Reading Rush
  2. Reading Habits Tag | Book Tag

Books I Read

  1. The Silence of the Girls (Pat Barker) – ⭐⭐⭐⭐
  2. People We Meet on Vacation (Emily Henry)- ⭐⭐⭐🌗
  3. The Fold (Peter Clines) – ⭐⭐⭐
  4. Blood And Oil (Bradley Hope & Justin Scheck)- No rating

Favorite Book of the Month

Even though I gave The Silence of the Girls higher rating, I think I’d have to pick People We Meet on Vacation as my favorite book of the month. By no means do I consider this book as a good read but in comparison to the other books I read this month, this one wins. Also because it was a light read which I really appreciated during this hard time.

Least Favorite Book of the Month

I’ll pick Blood and Oil. I really didn’t enjoy this non-fiction book because it became so hard for me to focus on the names of the people and the story. I ended up skimming so much of this book.


#Books Read: 4

#Pages Read: 2,359

Average Rating: 3.67

Most Read Genre: N/A because I read exactly 1 book from Sci-Fi, Romance, Myth Retelling and Non-Fiction

Comment down below about how your reading month was and which was your favorite book.
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By Harini @BookSpiral

Hi! I am Harini and I run this blog. I am a massive lover of books and like to spend all my time reading. My main aim is to explore new topics and unique books and talk about it on my blog. Hope you enjoy the content that I put out!

4 replies on “February Wrap Up | 2022”

Sorry you’ve had a not-so-good month. I had some good reads in February, from a 1950s novel that was very comforting to some modern novels – A Million Aunties was excellent – and a book about the pandemic.


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