Books of February

So this is beyond late, I've been procrastinating wildly. Anyway, here it is, short and sweet.
In Lucia’s Eyes by Arthur Japin
Cause I don’t read romances, but I should try diversity. Right? It sounds interesting though. It’s a book about Lucia, who was supposed to marry Giacomo Casanova. She falls ill, with pox and runs away. Then she becomes a courtesan in Amsterdam and meets him again. It seems kind of fun and sweet.

Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce
I like fairytales and I like retellings. This is a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood and seems amazing. It’s about two sisters, Scarlett and Rose and they hunt werewolves, or Fenris. It sounds awesome. I really like fairytales and I really like flips on Little Red Riding Hood. It’s always interesting to see how they do the wolf-thing.

Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter
Yeah, Alice in Wonderland, except Zombies! Zombies. It seems like a lot of fun. Alice’s family is killed by zombies so she has to learn to fight them and kill them. It seems like fun, so I’m looking forward to it.

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
I’ve been reading some dystopia lately, but it’s been very YA. I think it’s a good idea to read some adult dystopia. And I’ve heard this is good, so I’m going to give it a go. It’ll be fun. It’s about a world where Christianity has run sort of rampant and women are heavily subjugated and aren’t allowed to read. Offread is a Handmaid in a Commander’s household. She is allowed to leave the house once a day and she’s only valuable if her ovaries work. It sounds very interesting.

That isn't a very long list, so I'll add some maybes:
Metro 2033, cause obviously I didn't finish it last month cause I'm an idiot
Sweetly, which is the second book in the Jackson Pearce Fairytale retellings
Colour of Magic thus launching me into the Terry Pratchett madness