Spell The Month In Books

Spell The Month In Books: November

Hello! Spell The Month In Books originated on Reviews From The Stacks. Noughts and Crosses - Malorie Blackman “So you are going to kill me . . . You set me up so your friends could capture me. You’re real good at letting others do your dirty work . . .” Sephy and Callum have… Continue reading Spell The Month In Books: November

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Birthstone Book Tag

Hello! I saw this tag on Reviews By M and I really liked it, so I thought I'd give it a go! Here are M's answers for this tag. January (GARNET): Associated with warding off negative forces and dark energies – Name a book with the darkest/evilest character you can think of. Although many book… Continue reading Birthstone Book Tag

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Tag: Myself and my Books

The Rules: 📚 Answer the questions below📚 Tag three people📚 Link back to and thank the person who nominated you📚 Link back to my blog, Hannah's Book Reviews and this post, and tag me on Twitter (@Hannah_Cauldron) What's your favourite book at the moment? My favourite book is definitely Noughts and Crosses (and the rest… Continue reading Tag: Myself and my Books

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Top 10 Male-Identifying Book Characters

Hi Everyone! In this post, I will be sharing my top ten male-identifying book characters. Honourable mentions: Nate McCauley; Cooper Clay; Abe Portman; Max Vandenburg. 10 - Hans Hubermann A character from one of my favourite books of all time - we have a lot to thank Hans for as he taught Liesel how to… Continue reading Top 10 Male-Identifying Book Characters

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Top 10 Female-Identifying Book Characters

Hi everyone! In this post, I am going to be sharing my favourite ten female-identifying characters in my favourite books. Honourable mentions: Zoe Murphy; Ginny Weasley; Bronwyn and Maeve Rojas; Addy and Ashton Prentiss; Luna Lovegood 10 - Emma Bloom Jacob Portman's love interest, and with fire at her fingertips, Emma definitely was a large… Continue reading Top 10 Female-Identifying Book Characters

Recommending by genre

Recommending by Genre: Historical Fiction

Hi everyone! In this post, I will be recommending my favourite historical fiction books. As a History lover, I find it really interesting to read about the past, but with a fictional twist. My Lady Jane (series) - Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, Jodi Meadows: Although this book is a series, I have only read the… Continue reading Recommending by Genre: Historical Fiction

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Film Adaptations

Hi everyone! In this post, I will be discussing my opinions on popular film adaptations of my favourite books. As readers, the thought of watching our favourite books come to life on the big screen can seem appealling, however, are film adaptations of books really worth the hype? I am going to discuss what I… Continue reading Film Adaptations