Is anyone else a little sick of listening to the same answers on this blog? I don’t blame you if you are, because i’m a little sick of reading over my own opinions. Today we’re spicing things up a little and getting another fantastic guest blogger involved! One of my good pals Gemma (at Gems Curiosity Blog) has taken over today’s post to give us all her top 5 books of 2016.
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I’ve been anticipating the release of Winters Snow for quite a while now, so i picked one up in my local Waterstones just after the release! The physical copies of Carrie’s first novella are only available in Waterstones stores, otherwise are available as an ebook! I was eagerly awaiting this release after loving On The Other Side so much, so got to reading it right away. – Spoilers –
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I really did hope that my wrap-up in November would be a lot better, i thought with Christmas nearing (and our Christmas read-along) it would push me to get as much read as possible. In reality, i’ve been in a bit of a reading slump and have had a very unusually busy social life, leaving very little time to get stuck in to a book. Here are the few books that i managed to pick up this month.
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There has been a lot of hype around Highly Illogical Behaviour in the last few months on the internet. With the amount of videos i watched and book hauls that mentioned John Corey Whaley’s new novel, it was quite hard not to pick it up. It took me a little while to find a decently priced copy (for some reason, the release in the UK was very strange) but i found one, and i read it almost straight away.
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I’ve had an awful reading month. There i’ve said it. I’ve been somewhat in a reading slump, along with events such as my graduation happening and i’ve been on holiday for a few days, i’ve just had very very little time to read. It feels like i’ve constantly been starting books to try and get them read before YALC, but not finishing any of them! Here’s what i’ve read anyway.
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Always With Love has been one of my most (if not the most) anticipated novels of 2016 for me. I’m in love with Giovanna’s stories and the way she tells these tales of real people in real situations. You simply cannot help but love her writing style.
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Due to the very lack luster synopsis of Flawed, I wasn’t sure what to expect when I went it. I almost expected a contemporary novel with some kind of twist. That’s what Cecelia Ahern is usually known for. However what I got was a dystopian adventure novel filled with crime. I loved it.
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