Love Your Library: February 2022

21 books this month, 12 from KU, 7 from the library and two from NetGalley.

February was much more consistent, quality-wise. I really liked almost all the books I read, and even the three that had issues were still good enough.

Library Books I Read in December

Kindle Unlimited Books I Read in December.

NetGalley Early Releases

Currently Reading

Dark Horse, Orphan X #7 by Gregg Hurwitz

Checked Out, Reading Soon

  • Nothing. Weird, I know. But I have a bunch of #arcs I need to get to, so I am trying to slow down the library borrowing for a minute.

Returned Unread

  • None this month. Go me!


  • None this month

Favorite Library Book This Month

Find Me by Alafair Burke.

Currently On Hold

  • Last Summer at the Golden Hotel, Elyssa Friedland
  • Harlem Shuffle, Colson Whitehead
  • Just Haven’t Met You Yet, Sophie Cousins
  • A Time for Mercy, John Grisham
  • The Bounty, Janet Evanovich and Steve Hamilton
  • Apples Never Fall, Liane Moriarty
  • Our Country Friends, Gary Shteyngart
  • On Writing, Stephen King
  • A Marvellous Light, Freya Marske
  • The Christmas Wedding Guest, Susan Mallory
  • The Christmas Bookshop, Jenny Colgan
  • One Christmas Wish, Brenda Jackson
  • The Storyteller, Dave Grohl
  • The Last Girl Ghosted, Lisa Unger
  • The Mother Next Door, Tara Laskowski
  • Anna and the French Kiss, Stephanie Perkins
  • The Judge’s List, John Grisham
  • The Troubled Girls of Dragomir Academy, Anne Ursu
  • Nick and Noel’s Christmas Playlist, Codi Hall
  • Last Night at the Telegraph Club, Malinda Lo
  • The Ivory Key, Akshaya Raman
  • The Sorority Murder, Allison Brennan
  • A Flicker in the Dark, Stacy Willingham
  • Lucky Leap Day, Ann Marie Walker
  • The Paradox Hotel, Rob Hart
  • The Maid, Nita Prose
  • Here’s To Us, Becky Albertalli
  • The Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Eva Jurczyk
  • Last House on the Street, Diane Chamberlain
  • Arsenic and Adobo, Mia P. Mandala
  • Greenwich Park, Katherine Faulkner
  • Hook, Line and Sinker, Tessa Bailey

As to where I am with my reading challenge, I have finished 35 books toward my goal of 175 books, which means that I am 8 books ahead of schedule.

So, that’s the current state of my virtual library pile. What do you have out from the library now?

The Library Checkout blog meme was created by Shannon of River City Reading and previously hosted by Charleen of It’s a Portable Magic. It has been hosted by Bookish Beck since 2017.

2 thoughts on “Love Your Library: February 2022

  1. Last night I finished 1637: The Coast of Chaos and dropped it back at the library today. I’ve also got Project Hail Mary saved on my kindle via airplane mode; which I need to get to. Those are the only library books I currently have out — though I did read book 8 of The Invisible Library from the library earlier this month.

    Kindle Unlimited unexpectedly offered me 3 free months so I’ve mostly been catching up on books from there; so not currently planning to pick up anything new from the library for a couple weeks — 40 holds are suspended, 1 ILL request is pending but probably won’t get fulfilled soon, and my only active hold is for Rivers of London’s Amongst our Weapons which isn’t out until mid April.

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