February 2022 TBR

There’s a ton of books that I’d like to read over the next few weeks, & I found myself wanting to write it out & share with you all. As per usual, my TBR is very fluid/subject to change because I am the definition of mood reader – for example, I did not expect to be going down a semi YA mystery/thriller rabbit hole towards the end of January and now entering this month! I also have a ton of books & new releases on hold from the library, so depending on how many come in will also impact what I do indeed read & pick up this month (new releases either come in right during release week… or about 3-4 weeks later). Some of these books include Fake by Erica Katz, I Must Betray You by Ruta Sepetys, Finlay Donovan Knocks ‘Em Dead by Elle Cosimano, Once More with Chutzpah by Haley Neil, and Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover. 

Good Girl, Bad Blood and As Good As Dead by Holly Jackson – A few of my students get their book recommendations from Book Tok (& I hopefully a few from me!) and they told me I needed to read Holly Jackson’s A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder. I ate up this YA murder mystery and now plan on binge-reading the next two books, Good Girl, Bad Blood and As Good As Dead.

I killed Zoe Spanos by Kit Frick – I read a review copy of Kit Frick’s Very Bad People and I need more of her writing. I killed Zoe Spanos was always one of those books on my TBR radar, but now I’m even more exciting to pick up this YA murder mystery up. 

When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord When You Get the Chance finally came in from my local library and I will be putting down all the other books on my TBR to finally dive into Emma Lord’s Mamma Mia meets NYC meets Broadway inspired read. 

Turning by Joy L. Smith – Turning instantly grabbed my attention for its ballet inspired synopsis, as this upcoming YA book follows former aspiring ballerina, Genie, who is left in a wheelchair after an accident & must reconsider her future goals. I always try to read advance review copies about a month before release, so this one is definitely a TBR priority. Turning comes out on March 1st. 

House of Earth & Blood (Crescent City #1) by Sarah J. Maas – I am counting down the days until February 15th when I walk into the bookstore after work and pick up a copy of House of Sky and Breath. As shared in my 2022 reread goals, I definitely need to reread House of Earth & Blood before reading the sequel – I think I’ll likely start my reread after my mini YA mystery kick. 

Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner Greenwich Park was on my TBR radar after seeing on so many most anticipated books of 2022 lists, but I officially put in on hold from the library once Bad on Paper Podcast announced as its book club pick for February. 

What books are on your February TBR? Have you read any of the books I plan on reading? Share in the comments! 

10 thoughts on “February 2022 TBR

  1. Oh yes as I was reading, I killed zoe spanos had been on my mind — I happily clapped when I saw it listed!! I super enjoyed that one, hoping you will aswel.
    Happy reading, and goodluck with yhat tbr xx

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    • The Love Hypothesis was my favorite book of 2022! A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder follows a high school senior who makes her capstone project about an unsolved murder mystery in her hometown. Happy reading!


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