February 2022 TBR

January dragged as ever. It always seems to have twice as many days as other months. But it is getting lighter which is good. Everyone in my family had covid in January and I somehow avoided it. Not sure how, but I did. They are all better now. Anyway, here are the books that I will be selecting from for this months reading:

Reading Through The Year

A Poem for Every Night of the Year – Allie Esiri

Word Perfect- Susie Dent

 

Finishing Off

Lotharingia- Simon Winder

Opened Ground – Seamus Heaney

The Fairy Tellers – Nicholas Jubber

 

Review Books

A Natural History Of The Future – Rob Dunn

No One Round Here Reads Tolstoy – Mark Hodkinson

Wild Fell – Lee Schofield

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Universe –  Andrew Newsam

Astral Travel – Elizabeth Baines

Britain Alone – Philip Stephens

We Own This City – Justin Fenton

Spaceworlds: Stories of Life in the Void Ed. Mike Ashley

The Power of Geography – Tim Marshall

The Four Horsemen – Emily Mayhew

Deeper Into The Wood – Ruth Pavey

The Spy Who Was Left Out In The Cold – Tim Tate

The Devil You Know – Gwen Adshead, Eileen Horne

Meet the Georgians – Robert Peal

Letters from Egypt – Lucie Duff Gordon

Crawling Horror – Ed. Daisy Butcher & Janette Leaf

The Valleys of the Assassins – Freya Stark

The Cruel Way – Ella Maillart

Above the Law – Adrian Bleese

Cornish Horrors – Ed. Joan Passey

Somebody Else – Charles Nicholl

Scenes from Prehistoric Life – Francis Pryor

The Turkish Embassy Letters – Mary Wortley Montagu

Black Lion – Sicelo Mbatha

The Babel Message – Keith Kahn-Harris

The Heath – Hunter Davies

Bengal Lancer – Francis Yeats-Brown

The Suburbanist – Geoff Nicholson

 

Library Books

Orchard – Benedict MacDonald & Nicholas Gates

Storyland – Amy Jeffs

The Almost Nearly Perfect People – Michael Booth

Tweet Of The Day – Brett Westwood & Stephen Moss

My 1001 Nights – Alice Morrison

Looking for Transwonderland – Noo Saro-Wiwa

 

Poetry

The Rose of Temperaments Various

Tell Me Who We Were Before Life Made Us Ed. Maz Hedgehog

 

Challenge Books

Wintering: How I Learned To Flourish When Life Became Frozen Katherine May

The Wood That Made London – C.J. Schuler

English Pastoral – James Rebanks

Wild Silence – Raynor Winn

 

Books To Clear

Our Game – John Le Carré

The Tailor of Panama – John Le Carré

Year of the Golden Ape – Colin Forbes

Dreaming in Code – Scott Rosenberg

 

Probably too ambitious as ever!

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2 Comments

  1. Liz Dexter

    Ooh, I have No One Round Here Reads Tolstoy, too! And I have the first Ruth Pavey but haven’t got to it yet. I also have the Rebanks, bought in December. Happy reading!

    • Paul

      I am looking forward to it. I liked the first Pavey and have been meaning to read this for ages!

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