What was the writing style of E B Whites

Yeah, you see right, a monthly review. Totally crazy. I'm just in the mood for it again. I'm curious to see if I'll pull it off all year long; D

+ Stoles - Lucy Christopher ★★★★ ☆
Scary, Australia, torn, intense.

+ Charlotte’s Web - E.B. White ★★★★ ☆
Cute, sad, pig ♥, classic children's book.

+ Fracture (Fracture # 1) - Megan Miranda ★★ • ☆☆
Solid writing style, stupid heroine, quickly forgotten.

+ Scarlet (Lunar Chronicles # 2) - Marissa Meyer ★★★★ ☆
Blockbuster continuation, action, laughter, heart.

+ My Life Outer Space - Melissa Keil ★★★★★
Nerdy, funny, real, Australian, favorite.

+ The Lovely Way - Sanne Näsling ★★★★★
Wow, crazy writing style, unconventional, not for everyone.

+ Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter # 4) - J.K. Rowling ★★★★★
Second (?) Reread after years. Details, tension, heart. Favourite.

+ Eyes in the Mirror - Julia Mayer ★ ☆☆☆☆
Written horribly, soap drama, just bad.

+ The Witch’s Betrayal (The Assassin’s Curse # 0.5) - Cassandra Rose Clarke ★★★ ☆☆
Finally Naji's sight, expected more.

+ Apple White’s Story (Ever After High # 0.1) - Shannon Hale ★★ ☆☆☆
+ Raven Queen’s Story (Ever After High # 0.2) - Shannon Hale ★★ ☆☆☆
+ Briar Beauty’s Story (Ever After High # 0.3) - Shannon Hale ★★★ ☆☆
+ Madeline Hatter’s Story (Ever After High # 0.4) - Shannon Hale ★★★ ☆☆
+ Ashlynn Ella’s story (Ever After High # 0.5) - Shannon Hale ★★★ ☆☆
+ Hunter Huntsman’s Story (Ever After High # 0.6) - Shannon Hale ★★★ ☆☆
Very nice, sometimes very original, more appetizers than short stories

+ Finding Cinderella (Hopeless # 2.5) - Colleen Hoover ★★★ ☆☆
Entertaining dialogues, a lot of kitsch and drama, slut shaming.

+ The Queen’s Army (Lunar Chronicles # 1.5) - Marissa Meyer ★★★ ☆☆
Brutal, creepy, insightful insight into Z's past.

+ Enclave (Razorland # 1) - Ann Aguirre ★★ ☆☆☆
Unimaginative writing style, zombie-like horror, aimless, continuation without me.

+ The Day Boy & the Night Girl - George MacDonald ★★ ☆☆☆
Ancient fairy tale, cool idea, difficult writing style, unimpressive story.

+ The Dead & Empty World - Carrie Ryan ★★★★ ☆
Zombie short stories. Cool, kick ass, parallels to The Forest of Hands & Teeth.

+ The swarm - Frank Schätzing ★★ ☆☆☆
Nothing for me, flat (and too many) characters, interesting idea.

+ Time of the Crows - George R.R. Martin ★★★★ ☆
Noticeably only half a book, the finale is missing, great power women, the next part is already running.

+ Ash Heart - Nina Blazon ★★★★ ☆
Much cooler after half, great ideas and symbols.

The Pure Trilogy finds its finale with Burn. I'm looking forward to it, I am sure that it will be good, the pre-order should already be on the way. Cress continues the Lunar Chronicles and will be picked up as soon as I discover it in the store. The audio book on my wish list also closes a series, namely the second season (will there be another one?) Of the Tal series. I am very curious whether the author will manage to solve all the puzzles logically. Tsarina is Jackson Pearce's latest book, albeit with a synonym. I will probably not buy myself immediately because I am missing enough other books by her and I have the hope that another cover will appear again. I'm looking forward to White Space, but here, too, I prefer to wait until the sequel is out so that I can read both of them one after the other and don't keep wondering what happened in Volume 1.

What are you most looking forward to in February?
And what was your favorite in January?