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Friday, January 15, 2016

Day 5 - Green Books

 So all the Christmas decorations have been down for a few days now and my walls all look a bit bare. But Fear not, I still have my beautiful books to make my room pretty so I thought I would share with you all some of the brightly coloured book I have on my shelves.

So green books.... well I was surprised when I was looking through my books how many green covered book I had. And here they are:

1) This first picture is my high fantasy green books these are some great books and I would recommend them all;
  • Magic Study by Maria. V. Snyder
  • The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
  • The Kiss of Deception by Mary. E. Pearson
  • Defy by Sara Larson
  • Graceling by Kristen Cashore    
2) This second picture is more supernatural/urban fantasy books;
  • Shift by Rachel Vincent
  • Ingo by Helen Dunmore
  • The Deep by Helen Dunmore
  • Taken by Storm by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
  • Ignite Me by

So those are the majority of the green books that are currently on my shelves, let me know if you have read any of them and tell me what you thought. 


  1. oooo you have a great collection of green books ^_^ (although I tried to read Kiss of Deception and I absolutely hated it)

    1. Oh that's a shame that you didn't like the kiss of deception! I loved trying to work out who was who! �� but now I know I'm not sure if the second book will keep my attention as much but I will have to see when I finally get around to buying it.

  2. All of your green books are so pretty! I loved Ignite Me, and I really want to read Graceling. I've heard mixed things on The Kiss of Deception, so I'm not sure about it. Magic Study has a really pretty cover!

    Denise | The Bibliolater

    1. I loved the writing style of the Shatter Me series. Would totally recommend Graceling but I wasn't a get fan of the sequels.


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