What I Read in February
February was a light reading month for me. I’m not sure why other than I was doing a good bit of extra research getting ready to lead our Sunday evening Bible study. I guess that’s a good reason.
I also started and bailed on several books recently. I’m not one to feel obligated to finish every book I start. There are too many good books out there to make myself finish one I’m not enjoying. However, those unfinished books do account for some of my reading time.
Here’s what I managed to fit in.
My star ratings are according to GoodReads definitions:
- Did not like it
- It was ok
- Liked it
- Really liked it
- It was amazing
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Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War by Mary Davis
World War II novel about the WASP program. Read my review.
Winterflight by Joseph Bayly
A dystopian novel that definitely made me think even though I didn’t enjoy it as much as I had hoped. Interestingly, it was first published in 1981.
Last Day on Mars by Kevin Emerson
Intriguing sci-fi. I may or may not eventually read others in the series.
In His Steps by Charles M. Shelden
I’ve had this “comic book” adaptation on my shelf for years. I finally picked it up and read it. I would definitely give the original more stars. I’m not impressed with this version.
Adam and His Kin by Ruth Beechick
Well-researched narrative account of the first generations of humanity.
The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson
YA science fiction. This one didn’t grab me like I thought it would.
Come Back to Me by Jody Hedlund
Book 1 of the Waters of Time series. As you might imagine, it’s a time-travel romance.
I’m currently following a year-long Bible reading plan on the YouVersion app called Four Streams. It goes through the Old Testament once, the New Testament 4 times, Psalms twice, and Proverbs 3 times over the course of a year. These are the books I completed in February:
- Song of Solomon
- I Corinthians
- II Corinthians
- I Thessalonians
- II Thessalonians
- I Timothy
- II Timothy
What have you been reading recently? Any recommendations?