February Wrap Up

March TBR 2016

March TBR: Frankie, Glass Sword, Not If I See You First, The Reluctant Jillaroo, and Rebel of the Sands

So you know how in January I read an insane amount of books? Well that was when my partner and I was living in different states. He came to visit me and my family this month and he gets bored easily, so that means Elle isn’t allowed to read ALL the time. Surprisingly, I still read more books than I thought I would get to so yay for me! I read 6 books this month while entertaining the bored man, spending time with family, celebrating my 21st birthday, and moving back to Brisbane for my third year of university. It was a busy month. And March might be even busier with the semester starting! I hope I still get plenty of time to read. Anyway, here’s my February wrap up, I hope you enjoy.

Happy Reading!

The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater

4/5 stars

I love Ronan and so obviously I loved this book! I also liked how there seemed to be a lot more action/stuff happening in The Dream Thieves. The concept of the dream thieves was so interesting and the conclusion was on point.

Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater

4/5 stars

This book is the one that had the most surprises for me, as in; I really didn’t see some things coming. This makes me excited for the final book because I’d really like for what happens to be a surprise and I don’t want to guess the conclusion to this rather predictable series.

My Sister Rosa by Justine Larbalestier

3/5 stars


I was super excited for this book leading up to its release, but then I was pretty disappointed when I read it. It just wasn’t what I was expecting and by that I mean it’s the kind of book I wouldn’t usually read and therefore I didn’t enjoy it much and so my rating is low—this does not in any way mean that the book is bad. If you want to know more, check out my full review on my REVIEWS page.

The Siren by Kiera Cass

4/5 stars


Love. If you like Kiera Cass, romance, and or enviably beautiful sister relationships then this is the book for you. Plus, it’ll look gorgeous on your shelf (particularly if you also own The Selection series).

The Yearbook Committee by Sarah Ayoub

5/5 stars


One of my favourite books so far this year, and definitely my favourite #LoveOzYA book I’ve read so far in 2016. READ THIS BOOK. If you’re not going to pick it up right this minute, then read my my full review that went up on Monday, and then you’ll definitely need to get your hands on this stunning novel.

Manga Classics: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and Stacy King

3/5 stars

Jane Austen. Japanese comics. What’s not to love? This was a great instant Austen hit for when you don’t have the time to read the full novel. Also, the pictures are super cute and the added melodrama of manga is just perfect!


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