Monthly Wrap-Up: February 2018

February 2018 wrap up

Ah, after long time I’m not behind schedule. I finished all books that I planned to read in Feb. So, I’m feeling pretty good right now and I’m hoping March also turns out great. No life updates. It’s just usual and same, nothing exciting.

Books I read and reviewed ∼

Urban Fantasy—


Inspired by Susan Schaefer Bernardo

Stars: 4/5

I finished reading this in January but reviewed in Feb so I’m not counting it in this month’s read. This was middle grade book on the Greek Muses with mythical stories and creativity. few things were confusing initially but otherwise it was awesome.

Paranormal Romance —

River (A Stranger in the Woods #2) by India R. Adams

Stars: 5/5

Second in series, gripping, fast paced, magical elfish romance with loads of twist and turns. If you haven’t read any books by this author before, this series is best to start with.

Mystery / Adventure—


Kitty Hawk and the Tragedy of the RMS Titanic (Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency #4) by Iain Reading

Stars: 4.5/5

Thrilling adventure of Kitty in Ireland and London with exciting treasure hunt mystery to solve.

Historical Fiction—


Prithviraj Chauhan: The Emperor of Hearts by Anuja Chandramouli

Stars: 4.75/5

Fabulous history of Prithviraj Chauhan, a famous warrior and king of the Indian history with brilliant detailed point of view of character.

Non-Fiction / Self-Help—

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Stepping Out of Time by Renée Paule

Stars: 5/5

This Non-Fiction was so motivational and inspirational that it will make every single person to think over their life and help to change way of thinking. It was more of philosophy than self-help that encourages to help yourself by changing perspective and observing yourself.



A Quest for Spring by Monica Mujumdar Dixit

Stars: 4.5/5

Riveting, fast paced, thought-provoking, life journey and love story of Amolika and Raehan, covering many issues and many messages that any age group would love to read.


The Last Straw

The Last Straw (Pigeon-Blood Red Book 2) by Ed Duncan

Stars: 5/5

Intriguing gangster thriller with strong developed characters.


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A Way to the Infinity World (The Left Roof #1) by Narendra Singh Nathawat, Vishvendra Singh Nathawat

Stars: 2.5/5

Idea, cover and theme was good but that was all. It was not that good as I expected. 

Short Stories review∼

  1. Saturday Short-Story Review: Cap Series 1&2: A Birdy Adventure & Oodhi Baba by Hemdiva Dev

3.5 and 4 Stars

Story was good, art just okay and needed editing.

2. 9 Chocolatey Bites: A Short Story Collection for Children by Ananya V. Ganesh

5 Stars

collection of 9 short stories. wonderful imagination, gripping as well as entertaining.

3. Saturday Short-Story Review: The Lost Path by Amélie Fléchais

3 Stars

Art was brilliant but story was not that strong, so confusing.

4. Saturday Short Story review: Detective Nosegoode and the Museum Robbery (Book #3) by Marian Orloń

5 Stars

tremendously good, entertaining, and clever sleuthing mystery for young readers.


#BookBlitz #Giveaway: Destiny’s Gambit by R.J. Wood @lolasblogtours

Cover Reveal—

#CoverReveal #Giveaway: Beyond the Moon by R.J. Wood @lolasblogtours

#BookNews: Special #offer for the entire #Valentine’s Week

#CoverReveal: Book of Watchers by Mary Ting @XpressoReads

#CoverReveal: The Darkening by E. H. James @EHJames1

Book Tags—

The Bookish Naughty List Book Tag



So this is how my calendar this month looked—


How was your February? Have you read any books mentioned above or are you planning to read any of them? Share your thoughts in the comment-box below and also provide link to your monthly wrap-up so that I can check it out.

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