February 2022 Releases I Can’t Wait to Read

Hello everybody! Today, I’m going to be chatting about all the February releases I’m looking forward to reading. Onto the post!

The Bird Singers– this is Eve Wersocki Morris’s debut novel, and I’m really excited to read it because while I haven’t personally worked with her to the best of my memory, she’s a publicist at Simon and Schuster and I’ve followed her on twitter for ages, so I’m excited to support this.

Flying High– this is the second in the super cute Diary of an Accidental Witch series, the first of which I loved last year, and this one is about a witchy sports day which sounds hilarious and ridiculously fun, so I’m looking forward to reading my review copy. Also the authors are super lovely, when I was part of their blog tour, they sent me biscuits as a thank you!

A Storm of Sisters– this is the latest in the Pinch of Magic Adventures series, and it sees the Widdershins sisters and Granny go off to look after an ill cousin and end up embroiled in another spooky, magical adventure. I love Michelle Harrison’s books so I’m sure this one will be amazing too!!

Like a Charm– I don’t think I’ve made any secret of the fact I absolutely LOVE Elle McNicoll’s writing and I feel so grateful to have a review copy of this. At the time of writing, I’ve not yet read it, and I don’t know if I will have by the time you’re reading, but I’m just so unbelievably excited to see a fantasy book with neurodiverse characters, especially one that sounds as fantastic as this set in Edinburgh!!

The Sky Beneath the Stone– I think this follows a girl named Ivy whose brother gets turned into a kestrel by a sorcerer, which just seems like such a fun and original concept! I’m really looking forward to it, especially as Sophie Anderson raved about it when she read an early copy last year.

Rivals on the Track– this is the second in the Circus Maximus series, the first of which I really enjoyed last year, so I’m interested to see what happens next in Dido’s story of trying to become a chariot racer. By the time you read this post, I’ll have read this because of the blog tour, but when I’m writing this I haven’t yet. Just in case you see that post and wonder what’s going on!

The Witch, the Sword and the Cursed Knights – this is Alexandria Rogers’ debut and it sounds SO UNBELIEVABLY COOL. It’s set in a Camelot inspired fantasy world and I love the sound of the synopsis so much, I’m so grateful Cat Bakewell mentioned it on her Instagram a few months ago!

Sabotage on the Solar Express– this is the fifth Adventures on Trains book, and I think they’re always really solid, dependably enjoyable mysteries that take place in some really interesting locations.

The Wind Child– this is a middle grade fantasy that draws inspiration from Slavic mythology, so I’m very hopeful there will be Sophie Anderson type vibes, plus several people have told me I’ll really like it! And the cover is GORGEOUS too!

The Flower Farm- I only have 2 books on here that aren’t MG this month, and this one is the new Rachael Lucas. I really enjoyed the first in her self published Applemore series so I’m very much looking forward to reading Beth’s story, because I really like reading romance in February to renew my faith in love.

Lease on Love– this is another adult romance, this time by a debut author, and it’s described as being a bit like the Flatshare which makes it an absolute AUTOBUY for me. I’m a bit confused as to why there are two different covers, but I’m really looking forward to getting to it regardless.

The Staycation- this is the new Cressida McLaughlin standalone, and I’m looking forward to reading it! I’d also like to get to the Cornish Cream Tea books I’ve not read this year as I’ve only read book 3 out of reading order.

Thank you so much for reading! Which February releases are you most excited about? Do we have any in common on our lists, or are you going to add any of mine? I’d love to hear in the comments so please come chat to me!

Amy xx

Author: goldenbooksgirl

Disabled book blogger who also writes TV, film, music and other posts from time to time | UKYABA Champion Teen 2018 | Email: goldenbooksgirl@gmail.com | she/her

6 thoughts on “February 2022 Releases I Can’t Wait to Read”

  1. A fantastic list – so many of these I’m looking forward to and a few I’ve already read or have managed to get my pre-orders slightly early. I loved The Wind Child, A Storm of Sisters and Rivals on the Track – hope you do too. I haven’t heard of The Witch, the Sword and the Cursed Knights but it sounds brilliant!

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    1. My review of Rivals on the Track will be up tomorrow as part of the blog tour- I read it last week and really enjoyed it! So excited for the Wind Child and the new Michelle Harrison book, and I’m so sad the Witch, the Sword and the Cursed Knights is coming out later in the month now. But very excited to read it nonetheless!!

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      1. A fantastic review for Rivals on the Track Amy. I definitely need to remember to get The Witch, the Sword and the Cursed Knights.


  2. Adult romances I wont read as dont understand. But there are some brilliant new books in the others, not least Like A Charm, and Sabotage on the Solar Express, both of which are high high up on my list to read and review. But the others too also sound great and well worth a read. The Sky beneath the Stone plot sounds familiar, but I cant yet put my finger on it. Nonetheless, a worthy adventure for to be enjoyed.

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  3. I’ve just read The Sky Beneath the Stone and The Wind Child and they’re both amazing. I loved the Cumbrian setting of the first (so many places I know in real life) and the Slavic folklore in the second. I hope you love them as much as I do.


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