Saturday, 7 January 2017

Book Wishlist

Books. They make us get lost into them and forget everything else around us. Once you've started a book and you can't put it away because the story line is just too gripping, you know you've found a real good one.
Today, I'm going to chat you a bit through my current wishlist of books that I'd love to read this year!

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
I've been a Harry Potter fan since I was little because I basically grew up with the films and the hype around those. I also read all the books once or twice, so it's almost a shame that I haven't read it yet! I'm desperate to get my hands on this one; maybe after my birthday!

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
It's the same with this one, ha! Definitely need to purchase this book as well and add it to my collection! Plus, the little POP! Funkos I think they're called are sooo cute and I really want one - or more - of them!

Holding Up the Universe
After reading All the Bright Places, which is also from Jennifer Niven, I completely fell in love with her style of writing! There are also many positive reviews about this book that I think it will definitely be worth the purchase! And the cover is also very instagrammable, in my opinion! haha

Girl Online: Going Solo
After having read Girl Online and Girl Online On Tour I think it's just a must to read the third book of the GO series as well! Been dying to purchase this one but somehow it never lands in my Amazon basket! Really need to just go for it next time!

The Little Book of Hygge
In all honesty, this would be a purchase with the caption 'The Internet Made Me Buy It'. I've seen so many Bloggers and YouTubers talking about this book and taking photographs with it that I just want to jump onto the bandwagon and have a look myself! The description on Amazon is very much to my liking so this will for sure be one of my book purchases this year!

Which books would you like to read this year? x

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