T5W: Books That Aren’t Set In The Western World

Welcome to another Top 5 Wednesday post! Created by the lovely  Lainey and Sam on Goodreads  (Go check them out if you want to join in the fun!)

This week’s theme is books that aren’t set in the western world, and I can already feel like this is going to be a challenge. I have just noticed how most of the books I read are set in / inspired by the western world.

Also, happy birthday to me! Hurray!

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T5W – Children’s Books

Welcome to another Top 5 Wednesday post! Created by the lovely  Lainey and Sam on Goodreads  (Go check them out if you want to join in the fun!)

This week’s theme is Children’s Books (including Middle Grade), but I’ll avoid talking about the Harry Potter series because… well, everyone knows by now that Harry Potter is my forever series ♥

I didn’t read much as a child, so picking my top 5 was hard. Not because there were so many books to choose from (which is often the case) but because I couldn’t remember any children’s book that I had read, at all. Continue reading

T5W: Side Ships

Hello peeps! We’re back for another Top 5 Wednesday (created by Lainey and Sam on Goodreads)!

Today’s topic is Side Ships (AKA relationships that don’t involve the protagonist).

So let’s get down to business:

 

  • Thorne and Cress (The Lunar Chronicles) – THE most adorable couple in the entire collection of the Lunar Chronicles! I just couldn’t get enough of them, especially in the last book in the series, Winter. * sighs * Image result for thorne and cress

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T5W: Books For Your Hogwarts House (AKA Hufflepuff)

Guys, guys, guys!

This is my first T5W ever!

A round of applause to the creators of this massively popular feature, Lainey and Sam on Goodreads.

 

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Yes, I’ve finally succumbed to peer pressure and decided to try this weekly feature for a little while to see how it goes. I’m sure it’s going to be tons of fun! And just prove how fun it’s going to be I’m starting on a Harry Potter themed week!  Continue reading