Okay, so everyone is a little obsessed with Pokemon Go at the moment-including me. I’ve walked kilometres more than usual in the past few weeks and yes-I’ve purposely gone to visit Poke Stops to get more balls. I’m only at a measley level eight, but the excitement is still there. Especially when it comes to hatching eggs.
Anyway, readatmidnight.com has created this pretty sweet Pokemon Go Book Tag which I thought I would give at go!
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban which my Mum started reading to me before we realised we should have started reading at Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. I ended up reading the latter by myself when I was eight and I haven’t stopped reading books since.
I’m going to have to say the Harry Potter series again. It did after all change my life and will be apart of my life always.
This is accurate. I’ve stopped bothering catching Zubats, they are EVERYWHERE. Kind of like The Hunger Games which I still have no interest in reading.
All the books I’ve been reading are so different from each other that I can’t think of a single one that reminds me of the other, which I guess is a good thing. Or maybe it simply means that I don’t read enough books.
Into the Wilderness by Sara Donati. After recently finishing the Outlander series the thought of starting another series equally as big is very daunting. I don’t know if I’ll ever read it because of it’s size. The first book is 876 pages!
Ironically enough this was most recently Lady Midnight. Clare just had a way of hooking you in. I always demolish her books within a day or two.
As in my previous post, definitely Claire and Jamie Fraser of the Outlander series. They are just perfect.
Recently I finished reading The Raven King, which was fast-paced and action packed-amazing.
Shadowhunters. Yes Cassandra Clare can write as many spin-offs as she likes. YES YES YES!
This is a hard one! But I’m secretly hoping one day my friend Sonne turns The Timestream Drifter into a novel someday soon. That I would be VERY excited to see.
Maggie Steifvater, Cassandra Clare and John Green. Basically because I know their books are always an easy, enjoyable read.
The Lunar Chronicles. I’ve seen so much hype about it on Instagram. I’m so excited to finally get to read it for myself!
Winds of Winter by G.R.R.M. I finished reading Dance almost three years ago! Please don’t make us wait much longer George!
It’s been a while since I’ve picked up a new series of books to read and none of them surprised me, mostly because I expected them to be awesome anyway.
This one is hard as I buy books to read them-not because they look pretty. I do however wish I owned a set of unique Harry Potter books like these.