January 2015 in Books
January 2015 in Books

January was a very busy month for me but still I've managed to read 23 books! It's a lot more than I expected to read. However, my TBR has risen even more, so I will have to keep this pace and do some serious efforts not to add more books to it. It's my objective for February.


Luckily I enjoyed a lot of the books I read this month! I think Dark Triumph is my favourite read most of the others were really enjoyable too.


The Elephant on Sixth Street disappointed along with both alien-themed books I read this month: Broken Skies and Under Different Stars.


Next week is vacation and since I'm only going to visit some friends (which provides me with a grand total of about 13 hours of travelling by train = perfect reading time) I hope to be able to read a lot. Yesterday I finished two book, I hope that was only the beginning!


Not all books have been reviewed yet, but I'm working on it, and will update this post as soon as I've posted them all.


The Paper Magician (The Paper Magician #1) - Charlie N. Holmberg

Buzz Books 2015 YA Spring - Publishers Lunch

The Elephant on Sixth Street - John Morton

Under Different Stars - Amy A. Bartol

Every Ugly Word - Aimee L. Salter


Once Upon A Time - Marina Warner

Broken Skies (Broken Skies #1) - Theresa Kay

The Last Breath - Kimberly Belle

18 Things (My So Called Afterlife #1) - Jamie Ayres


Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin #1) - Robin LaFevers

The Room: The Definitive Guide - Ryan Finnigan

The Barefoot Queen - Ildefonso Falcones

Dark Triumph (His Fair Assassin #2) - Robin LaFevers

The Loneliness of the Long Distance Time Traveller (Doctor Who) - Joanne Harris


Fest - Mark McCrum

The Glass Magician (The Paper Magician #2) - Charlie N. Holmberg

Danny Dirks and the Heir of Pendragon - S.A. Mulraney

From the Cradle - Louise Voss & Mark Edwards


The Wonder of All Things - Jason Mott

The Accidental Highwayman - Ben Tripp

My Grandma's A Ninja - Todd Tarpley (Review closer to publication)

Buzz Books 2015 Spring/Summer - Publishers Lunch

Until the debt is paid - Alexander Hartung