Guys, how is it already February?! Seems like 2016 is set to be a speedy one. Ah, well, let’s do our best to make the most of it, eh? I kicked off my year of reading with seven strange and sinister thrillers. I didn’t quite plan it that way, but apparently I’ve been in a dark mood.
If you take one recommendation away from this post, make it Francesca Kay’s The Long Room. This book is somehow both thrilling and melancholy and left me with an unshakable sense of yearning. I’m already tipping it as one of my favourite reads of 2016.
Bit more of a mixed bag lined up for Feb. with reviews on the way for Michael Punke’s The Revenant (very different to the film), Elizabeth Strout’s My Name is Lucy Barton (uh gud, sooo goood) and a couple of fabulous #loveOzYa reads from Justine Larbalestier and Kirsty Eagar, as well as a bunch of other titles still on my TBR pile. Plug in your email here to get those delivered straight to your inbox, or follow me on Instagram, @project_lectito, to see those and other bookish bits in your newsfeed.
Meanwhile, here be good reading for the thriller fans:
Have you read any of these? What did you think? What’s on your February TBR pile?
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