General bookish fun, Six For Sunday, Unboxing

Six For Sunday: Six Favourite Covers/Types of Covers

Happy Sunday Book Dragons!

It’s Sunday, and I’m back on board after missing last week’s prompt. This weekly prompt was started by¬†alittlebutalot, their blog is awesome and definitely worth checking out. This week is an excellent one, I mean, who doesn’t love a good book cover?! I’ve chosen a mixture of types of covers and covers that are my favourite.

Happy reading!

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Six For Sunday: Six Books People Associate With You

Hello!

Wow, this was harder than I thought it would be and had to ask people for help, I was stumped after the first three listed below. I managed to successfully find six books to use for this week’s prompt. This week’s prompt is six books people associate with you, despite it being a challenging prompt I had so much fun! Six For Sunday is hosted by alittlebutalot, please go check out their awesome blog!

Happy reading!

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Book haul

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One of the highlights of my month is putting together a book haul post and spreading the bookish love, it’s been a while since I’ve done one as I’ve been busy moving everything over from my old blog, since I’ve picked up so many books recently I decided it was about time I did a haul post. I’ve chosen some highlights as I can’t put them all in this post. I can’t wait to start reading these amazing books, I don’t know how I’ll manage to get through them all! I hope you enjoy.

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Review

Review: The Fallen Children by David Owen

 

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Synopsis from Goodreads:

Young people on the Midwich Estate don’t have much hope for their futures. Keisha has lived there her whole life, and has been working hard to escape it; others have just accepted their lot.

But change is coming…

One night everyone inside Midwich Tower falls mysteriously unconscious in one inexplicable ‘Nightout’. No one can explain what happened during those lost hours, but soon afterwards Keisha and three other girls find they’re pregnant – and the babies are growing at an alarming rate.

As the news spreads around the tower its residents turn against them and the situation spirals toward violence. Keisha’s life unravels as she realises that the pregnancy may not have just ruined her hopes for the future: she might be mother to the end of the world.

The Fallen Children is a story of violation, of judgment and of young people who must fight to defy what is expected of them.

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