So today’s blog post as part of #Blogoween is all about our favourite witchy books. As it’s a top five list, we did five each as usual. This tag was created by Kaleena at Reader Voracious.
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Huge thank you to @ & for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review
A modern girl is nothing without her squad of besties. But don’t let all the hashtags fool you: the #girlsquad goes back a long, long time. In this hilarious and heartfelt book, geek girl Sam Maggs takes you on a tour of some of history’s most famous female BFFs.
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“What I’m saying… is that girls hunger. And we’re taught, from the moment our brains can take it, that there isn’t enough food for us all.”
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So we’ve seen a few #Blogoween posts floating about on twitter, and have decided to do our best to take part! More info on Blogoween here.
To start off with, the lovely Lauren tagged us to have a go at the Halloween creatures tag, so here’s our take on it! This tag was created by Anthony at Keep Reading Forward.
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A few weeks ago, the lovely people at Titan got in touch with me about A Blade So Black by L.L. McKinney – a highly anticipated Alice in Wonderland meets Buffy retelling. Of course, I jumped at the chance not only to receive a copy, but also to take part in the blog tour!
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Today I’m going to be talking about a book I was really excited for this year – The Caged Queen by Kristen Ciccarelli, companion novel to The Last Namsara. When the lovely Stevie at Gollancz got in touch about the blog tour for this book, of course I said I’d love to take part in it!
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So despite having a lot of books to study from now on (I started an A-Level English Literature!!) I still want to dedicate October and November to some atmospheric, creepy reads. This post was inspired by one book in particular, The Silent Companions, which I talk about below. I’ve added a few others, some I’ve read, some I haven’t and I hope you can find something to suit you! If you have any other reads you think are perfect for this time of year, please leave them below!
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