Harry Potter Book Night: Fantastic Beasts

Hello everybody! How are you all? The first of February was all about celebrating Fantastic Beasts and what a wonderful way to start the month?! I had a great time at a library where the place was decorated in the true spirit of the Wizarding World.     There were excepts from the books read …

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Bookish Update

Hey everyone! How are y'all? I am back with a chill bookish update. What I've been reading: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell This is by one of my favourite authors. It follows the story of a girl called Cath and her freshman year of college. Her twin sister Wren wants them to have space so they …

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Stargazing For Beginners by Jenny McLachlan Review

Hey everyone! I have finished reading Stargazing For Beginners, one of the books I was lucky to receive as presents for my birthday. This is what I have to say about it: Megara's is a smart girl and Annie calls her an "uber-nerd". Meg's best friend was called Harriet. Although we don't have the pleasure of …

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What I’ve Been Reading Lately

Hey everybody! I've missed you guys so much but like I said I am not a pro-blogger and I do this on the weekends so I have waited all week to post. Today I am not doing a tag because I feel like I have done so many lately that it's getting boring and I …

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This is my favourite genre, what’s yours? Book Tag

Hello everybody! By now you will all either be: a) wondering where I have disappeared to or  b) shaking your head at how many times I have said, "Sorry I've been gone but I am back now!" and giving up on me.  I am so sorry to have left you all hanging! But the sad reality …

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Alex Rider Point Blanc Graphic Novel Review

Hi all!  Yesterday I told you that I got my hands on a copy of Alex Rider Point Blanc the graphic novel (I have yet to read the book) and that you should expect a review. Here it is! Because I have never read a graphic novel before, I can't offer a lot, because I …

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Reading Wrap-Up

Hey everyone! So today I got a copy of Alex Rider: Point Blanc. I have read the Stormbreaker book but I have never read a graphic novel before so it should be interesting! I haven't had a chance to read it yet so expect a review soon. However, now I am going to list some …

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Thoughts on Time Travelling with a Hamster by Ross Welford

Hello all! How is everyone? Recently, I was gifted a copy of What Not to Do If You Turn Invisible , but as I have only made some headway into it, I can't review it. Luckily, I have read Time Travelling with a Hamster by Ross Welford- the same author- and I will review that today instead! …

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My First Tag: 50 Bookish Questions!

Hello! How's your day? Yes? Then good on you! No? I just asked you about your day so it's not all bad. After re-blogging The Fifty Bookish Questions Book Tag (thanks, Geeky Auror!) I have decided to try it out as my *gasp* first tag ever. I know you guys are supposed to ask me any …

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May TBR

Hello again everybody?

Having a great day? If you are, good for you and if not, tomorrow will be better! Anyway, I want to send all the bookish vibes and feels your way in the form of a re-blog. I recommend you check out Maxxesbooktopia because I love it and I bet you will as well. 

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Hey Guys! I am actually quite proud of myself because I finished reading 3 books last month which were: The Wheel Magesby Aimee Davis, The Ghost Of Heavenby Marcus Sedgwick and Chewy Noh and The Fall Of The Mu-Dangby Tim Learn. I will be linking the reviews down below:

So, without further ado, let’s get into my May TBR!

1. King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard

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*Do not read King’s Cage synopsis if you have not read Red Queen!*

Synopsis:

In this breathless third installment to Victoria Aveyard’s bestselling Red Queen series, allegiances are tested on every side. And when the Lightning Girl’s spark is gone, who will light the way for the rebellion?

Mare Barrow is a prisoner, powerless without her lightning…

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