March TBR

Monday, 14 March 2016
Another month and another pile of books that I plan to read (which I'll probably ignore and choose something else of my shelf). As you may have seen I'm taking part in the Goodreads Reading Challenge and tackling 30 books for this year, with starting a new placement and lots of assignments I'm currently only 3 books in *gulps*

Hollow City
The second instalment in the Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children. I finished the first book last year and really enjoyed it, a mysterious novel about a teenage boy who's grandfather used to tell him fairytales about an orphanage he used to live in. In a turn of events he ends up on the small island off of Wales were he finds Miss Pergrine's Home For Peculiar Children. In the second book they're travelling to London - the peculiar capital of the world. Side note; the pictures in this book are mega creepy! 
Witch Hunter
I picked this up in Waterstones last year, popped it onto my shelf and totally forgot all about it! Elizabeth is an innocent looking 16 year old girl who's part of the kings guard as a witch hunter. One day she's accused of being a witch herself she's thrown into prison and sentenced to death, a wizard appears and offers to save her to help him hunt down someone who put a deadly curse on him. 
Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets
I mentioned the other month that I'm finally getting round to reading the Harry Potter series. I finished The Philosopher's stone before christmas and I really enjoyed it! I'm looking forward to the rest of the series...
Fangirl
Ahhh, one of my favourite books of all time! I read this 2 years ago whilst on holiday in Milan and decided to pick it as my re-read this month. I love Levi and I love the snippets of Carry On Simon! 
Amelia xo

9 comments:

  1. Fangirl is one of my all time favourite books!! Cather is so relatable and I just love the whole story! lovely post I wish I could read more now xx

    Celine | liveandpeaches.blogspot.de

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    1. Did you know she's brought out a Carry On book? I was totally oblivious and almost fell over in Waterstones when I seen it!
      Amelia x

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  2. I am always so amazed when I face the fact that some persons can love a book which I personally really... detested. I love the humankind for its great point of views' diversity
    Dominga

    PS wondering which book? FANGIRL!! Can't stand all the characters!!!! While I fell in love with Eleonor+Park ;)

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  3. I am always so amazed when I face the fact that some persons can love a book which I personally really... detested. I love the humankind for its great point of views' diversity
    Dominga

    PS wondering which book? FANGIRL!! Can't stand all the characters!!!! While I fell in love with Eleonor+Park ;)

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  4. Hollow City sounds really interesting. I love Fangirl! I could read it 10 times and not get sick of it <3
    Steph x.
    marvelsteph.blogspot.co.nz

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    1. It's really good! I know, can't believe it's taken me this long to get back round to reading it.
      Amelia x

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  5. I keep hearing good things about Fangirl, it's definitely on my list of books I want to read. I think I may have to pick it up this weekend :)

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    1. You definitely should! It's such an amazing book.
      Amelia x

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  6. I've not read any of these! I'm intrigued by the sound of Fangirl though

    Jodie @ Jodetopia x

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