I was finishing my masters so I didn't end up reading loads of fiction last year and I also spent a lot of time rereading loads of Harry Potter, which I haven't done for years. This time on my kindle. It was so worth it, a warm, comforting trip back home to Hogwarts. I couldn't bring myself to read Deathly Hallows again just yet (also they're like £7.99 for an ebook on Pottermore, which is loads)... but I'll bite the bullet soon and it'll all be over again wahh.J.K. Rowling-
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
And then in no particular order I read these books:
This book was... fine!
I liked this a lot, pretty different to the Studio Ghibli film, but just as magical.
Christmas time read!
Mortal Engines- Philip Reeve
This was great!
Predators Gold- Philip Reeve
Sequel to Mortal Engines, also pretty great.
Ooh this was right good.
If you haven't already, read this immediately.
I mean, it was okkkk.
This was good! I should read the rest of the series.
I liked this better than Paper Towns I think maybe.
This was nice, and then sad, but nice too.
Kvothe! Denna! Auri! I think I pronounce all the names wrong but I am very much into this series. Excellent.
The Wise Man's Fear- Patrick Rothfuss
A great sequel, a little slower moving than the first I felt, but still enthralling and stuff.
The Passage- Justin Cronin
This book was sooooo long. And it's part of a trilogy?? This was a major project to read. Miiiight not bother with the rest of the series.
Tada! That was it. April reads coming soon... Follow me on instagram (@ruthlily) where I'm currently doing the #MayBookChallenge :)