Books to read in February

Books to read in February

Hi there! below is a comprehensive list of books to read in February.

Well, this list is based on the books I have read and managed to write a review for.

What I can promise you is that I will keep adding more books to this list as I continue to read more.

Furthermore, I am a diverse reader. For this reason, I will add various genres and categories.

This list of books to read in February is a combination of reviews and the list.

A Comprehensive List of Books to Read in February

10 Minutes before sleeping by Tanya R. Taylor

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Having suffered grave injustices as a child and continuously threatened to be expelled to a land totally foreign to her by those who should protect her, can anyone condemn Eva for the crime she ultimately commits – an irreversible snap decision? Or is the sin just too great?

From No. 1 Best-selling Author Tanya R. Taylor comes a Romantic Thriller that will linger in your mind for years to come!

Never push a woman to her limit when all she knows is pain.

Eva, left on the doorstep of a neighbor as a child by her very own mother, is abused, neglected, rejected and without a legal footing in the only place she knows as “home”.

All the odds appear to be stacked against her and those looking from the outside in seriously wonder how one human being could be expected to battle such atrocities without making a fateful decision to end it all far quicker than it ever began.

As a young girl, Eva struggles to obtain an education at the resistance of a woman who was left with the responsibility to raise her, but years later finally finds what she believes is true love.

This event, ironically, progresses to a further downward spiral that costs this young woman her three most precious gifts in the world, thus evoking a snap decision that occurs ten minutes before sleeping. 

Wired by Julie Garwood

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A beautiful computer hacker and a bad-boy FBI agent must collaborate—in more ways than one—in the sizzling new novel from bestselling author Julie Garwood.

Allison Trent doesn’t look like a hacker.

In fact, when she’s not in college working on her degree, she models on the side.

This is a must-add to our list of books to read in February.

But behind her gorgeous face is a brilliant mind for computers and her real love is writing—and hacking—code.

Her dream is to write a new security program that could revolutionize the tech industry.

Hotshot FBI agent Liam Scott has a problem: a leak deep within his own department.

He needs the skills of a top-notch hacker to work on a highly sensitive project: to secretly break into the FBI servers and find out who the traitor is.

But he can’t use one of his own.

He finds the perfect candidate in Allison.

Only, there’s one problem—she wants nothing to do with his job and turns him down flat.

What Liam doesn’t know is that Allison is hiding secrets that she doesn’t want the FBI to uncover.

But Liam will do nearly anything to persuade her to join his team, even break a few rules if that’s what it takes.

A temptation that could put his job—and both of their futures—on the line…

Ark Angel By Anthony Horowitz

Ark Angel
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The sniper’s bullet nearly killed him.

But Alex Rider managed to survive . . . just in time for more trouble to come his way.

When kidnappers attempt to snatch a fellow patient from the exclusive hospital where Alex is recovering, he knows he has to stop him.

But the boy he saves is no ordinary patient: He is the son of Nikolai Drevin, one of the richest men in the world.

The eccentric billionaire has been targeted by Force Three, a group of eco-terrorists who claim his project Ark Angel—the first luxury hotel in outer space—is a danger to the environment.

Soon Alex discovers that Force Three will stop at nothing to destroy Ark Angel, even if it means sending four hundred tons of molten glass and steel hurtling down to Earth and killing millions . . . unless Alex can stop them.

A Jew in America by Arthur Hertzberg

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“I became an American by refusing to assimilate, writes Arthur Hertzberg in this long-awaited memoir.

Throughout his life, this world-renowned rabbi, activist, author, historian, public servant, and confidante to the powerful has advocated that a true Jew is not an ethnic Jew who makes central his support for Israel or his fight against anti-Semitism, but rather a person deeply tied to the religion and its principles.

Hertzberg traces his own self-discovery, confronting the choices he has made and offering a history of American Jews and their struggle for identity.

Undaunted by controversy, Hertzberg has been the moral conscience of American Jews, taking a stand on all the great issues of our time.

This from the creation of Israel through the Civil Rights movement to the Vietnam War and the highly fractious world of Jews today both here and abroad.

Hertzberg is not willing to cede the great tradition either to religious fundamentalists or to the completely secularized.

His life is a window onto the forces that have buffeted and strengthened Jews in our times.

Furthermore, his compelling story is an important portrait of the history and culture of the twentieth century.

This including his dealings with such luminaries as Golda Meir, Martin Luther King Jr., and Henry Kissinger.

This book reflects the richness of the extraordinarily active life of a man of deep knowledge and integrity.

Learned in many areas, genuinely interested in other religions, Hertzberg expresses his own faith with a passion and honesty that give his story a singular strength.

Written in a clear, engaging style, A Jew in America is a triumph of the human spirit.

RL’s Dream by Walter Mosley

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RL’s Dream is a novel about the blues—as an expression of black poetry and black tragedy and how they sit in judgment on the American experience.

In contemporary New York, aging bluesman Soupspoon Wise is alone, ill, and dying.

He has played his music in a thousand bars, clubs, and juke joints, but never so memorably as the time he played with one Robert “RL” Johnson in the Mississippi delta.

That brief, indelible encounter with the great genius of country blues haunts Soupspoon, much as Johnson himself is said to have been possessed by Satan.

And so Soupspoon proceeds to tell his story to Kiki Waters, the young white woman who has taken him in, another refugee from a South she can neither deny nor escape.

Airframe by Michael Crichton

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Three passengers are dead. Fifty-six are injured. The interior cabin virtually destroyed. But the pilot manages to land the plane. . . .

At a moment when the issue of safety and death in the skies is paramount in the public mind, a lethal midair disaster aboard a commercial twin-jet airliner bound from Hong Kong to Denver triggers a pressured and frantic investigation.

AIRFRAME is nonstop reading: the extraordinary mixture of super suspense and authentic information on a subject of compelling interest that has been a Crichton landmark since The Andromeda Strain.

Parallel Lies by Ridley Pearson

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Ridley Pearson’s latest novel brings together all his incomparable talents and more in a riveting story about a grieving man.

This man’s mission is to bring down the railroad company he blames for his wife and children’s deaths no matter who else dies in the process.

Tyler, the ex-cop who is looking to redeem himself after being suspended from the force, will stop at nothing to catch the perpetrator.

Packed with action, laced with romance, brimming with heart-stopping suspense, and marked by the intelligence and humanity that make Pearson’s novels stand apart from others in the genre, Parallel Lies will give reviewers and readers yet another reason to hail him as the best damn thriller writer on the planet.

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