Thursday, 21 January 2016

February's To Read List

I love reading, but I'm lazy. You may wonder how these link together, but it's easy - I just never push myself to actually sit down and read a book, no matter how much I like it when I do actually get round to sitting down with a good one. So, in order to inspire myself - I've made a list of the books I'm definitely going to get through, and therefore the books that you'll be seeing reviewed on here, for February. Let's get to it.

1: The Girl With A Clock For A Heart - Peter Swanson
I can't wait to get into this book - I feel like I picked it up last year on a whim and I haven't actually got around to reading it. This sounds really intriguing - about a girl who possibly faked her own suicide in order to get away from her past; and I'm looking forward to hopefully getting completely lost in it, if I'm honest. Keep and eye out for an update.

2: Valley Of The Dolls - Jacqueline Susann
This is a book mostly about drugs, and the friendship of some girls making their way to the top of an entertainment business. I think I picked this up in London after searching for the perfect book for literally hours just before our train was due - I started reading this but quickly gave up but I'm definitely going to give it a second go as the review are so good.

3: When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit/Bombs On Aunt Dainty - Judith Kerr
I used to be obsessed with The Tiger That Came To Tea by Judith Kerr and so last Christmas my mum bought me the slightly more adult offering from her; When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit and Bombs On Aunt Dainty. I'm really excited to read this - it's about a girl who has to become a refugee after Hitler rises to power, I think it's going to be emotional and beautiful and I'm really looking forward to getting started.

4: Moriarty - Anthony Horowitz
You all know about my Sherlock Holmes obsession and so I can't believe that this has gone unread in my collection for as long as it has. Anthony Horowitz, also a favourite of mine, has taken an interesting stance on how Moriarty may thrive without Sherlock to reign him in - I can't wait to read this one, especially now I've started talking about it!

What's on your to read list this month?

Sammy xo.

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