Hi guys! I hope your Christmas was AWESOME! 😁
I’m back with a post about my favourite books this year. 🙂 Unfortunately, I was quite busy and did NOT get to read as much as I would’ve liked. But I did read some pretty cool ones.
Here’s a collection of the books I read this year and loved:
- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
- United We Stand by Eric Walters
- The Sea Before Us by Sarah Sundin
- The Sky Above Us by Sarah Sundin
- The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart
- The Perilous Journey by Trenton Lee Stewart
- Dreamlander by K. M. Weiland
All of these are amazing! (Ha, one thing that annoyed me was after I finished reading United We Stand, I found out that was the sequel and I’d completely missed the original! If I ever do go back to read it [We All Fall Down] then I already know how everything turns out. But based on how the sequel was written, I don’t think I’d mind too much.)
And you can find me on Goodreads to see what I’ll be reading in 2020! Hopefully I’ll be reading more than I did in 2019, which was a little pathetic.
And that’s my bookshelf summary. Now I’m off to finish reading the sequel to The Hunger Games, which is called Catching Fire. My favourite thing about this series is that my sister, brother and I are working on the series together. It’s so fun to read it out loud in the evenings and giggle and moan in unison.
Happy reading, everyone! May your days be filled with more books than mine have been lately. 😉 And Merry Christmas!!