It was my birthday earlier this week, which ended up not being the greatest day for a couple of reasons, but I did receive some books from my wishlist courtesy of my sister and some Twitter people which was really nice and cheered me up for a little bit.
I don’t know about you but I certainly have a selection of songs that have helped me to not completely give in to the spiralling nature of the pandemic: Trip a Little Light Fantastic from Mary Poppins Returns, Try Everything from Zootopia/Zootropolis, One Day More from Les Miserables, and Seize The Day from Newsies. InContinue reading “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Books: Seize The Day”
It is the last day of Blogmas and if there any post I would want to wrap it up, it is my favourite books of 2020. I have a lot of books I’ve enjoyed reading but there are five books in particular that have really stood out to be the best books of the year.
Wow, what a wordy title. It is however the perfect description for the three books I want to talk about in this post because they do leave me with conflicted feelings. They are books I read in June that I hoped would be fast-paced, and deliver on hype surrounding them. Yeah…maybe not.
Stats: Title – The FamiliarsAuthor – Stacey HallsGenre – Adult Historical FictionFormat – HardbackStyle – ProseStandalone/series – StandalonePage count – 416 pagesDate of Publication – 7th February 2019 Warning – there is the possibility of minor spoilers regarding the history of The Pendle Witch Trials.
Statistics Title – The Price Guide to the Occult Author – Leslye Walton Series/Standalone – Standalone Genre – YA Fantasy Date of Publication – 6th September 2018 (UK)/13th March 2018 (US) Number of Pages – 288