February Wrap Up

A whole year has passed since I started my medical internship and in February it ended. I am waiting now to get my permanent license and to move to the next step. It has been a wild year and I feel I changed a lot as a person in it. I bought an Amazon kindle which was a great decision!! I read 13 books in February with an average rating of 3.65 🌟. Here are the books along with their ratings:

1- The Body in the Library: 3.5 🌟

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2- The Thief who pulled on Trouble’s Braids: 4 🌟

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3- Traitor’s Blades: 4 🌟

Traitor's Blade (Greatcoats, #1) by Sebastien de Castell

4- Winter Garden: 4 🌟

Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah

5- How to Take Smart Notes: 3 🌟

Amazon.com: How to Take Smart Notes: One Simple Technique to Boost Writing,  Learning and Thinking – for Students, Academics and Nonfiction Book Writers  eBook: Ahrens, SΓΆnke: Kindle Store

6- A Time of Blood: 4.5 🌟

A Time of Blood (Of Blood and Bone, #2) by John Gwynne

7- Best Served Cold: 4.5 🌟

Best Served Cold (World of the First Law): Amazon.co.uk: Abercrombie, Joe:  8601400658789: Books

8- The Lies of Locke Lamora: 5 🌟 (Favorite book of the month)

9- She Who Became the Sun: 3.5 🌟

She Who Became the Sun by Shelley Parker-Chan

10- A Court of Silver Flames: 3.5 🌟

A Court of Silver Flames (A Court of Thorns and Roses) eBook: Maas, Sarah  J.: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store

11- A Storm of Shadow and Pearls: 3 🌟

Amazon.com: A Storm of Shadows and Pearls (The Oncoming Storm Book 2)  eBook: Blackwood, Marion: Kindle Store

12- Voice of War: 4 🌟

Voice of War (Threadlight, #1) by Zack Argyle

13- Wet Hot Allosaurus Summer: 1 🌟

Amazon.com: Wet Hot Allosaurus Summer (9798682280384): Faust, Lola: Books
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  1. I’m so glad you enjoyed “Traitor’s Blade” and “The Lies of Locke Lamora”! Both were really great books. Also my copy of ACOSF just arrived and I need to pick it up from the bookstore. *lol* I hope it will be good. XD

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  2. How did you manage to read 13 books as a busy professional? And still finding time to blog about it? I barely manage two and I have to steal those reading moments from my schedule. Apart from yesterday, when I could read two chapters while waiting for my turn at the dental clinic.

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  3. There are many reasons for that, the biggest one was that I was on a paid holiday as a part of my internship. But even when I was working full time in January I managed to read 12 books, I think it is due to my fast reading speed and using most of my free time efficiently for reading and blogging. Being Single also helps lol

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