In February (I know what a procrastinator) I asked some of my followers on Books Amino to comment a shelf number and a book number and these are some of the numbers I got! (also I’m low-key proud of the pictures I took for this tag, it was a nice day)
Shelf 3, book 5
This is the only book on this list that I haven’t read, crazy, right?
I don’t know too much about this book but basically it’s a fight to get to Atlantis. I’ve never read anything like this so I’m pretty excited to get to this. I’m actually watching Atlantis: The Lost Empire for the first time right now so I’m really in the mood for it.
First sentence of the blurb:
A thrill-seeking Harvard linguistics professor and an ultrasecret branch of the Catholic Church go head-to-head in a race to uncover the secrets of the lost city of Atlantis.
If that doesn’t make you want to rad the book I don’t know what will.
Shelf 4, book 3
I really enjoyed this bind up, probably because I’d never read any of the novellas before. I’ve read a few reviews since, that have made me think that maybe the bindup is only worth 3.5 or 4 stars but overall I really did enjoy it (apart from the wedding (I really don’t like those two.)
Shelf 5, book 2
I read these books a few years ago, probably in 2012. I enjoyed this first book so much that I literally went to the shops the next day to get the second book. These novels were like nothing I’d ever read before. The main character is a teenager who still has normal problems like homework but he also hunts ghost, and the like. I’ve been meaning to re-read these books for years but haven’t had the chance, anyway I really loved this book and encourage you guys to give it a try!
Shelf 3, book 12
I re-read this book for the millionth time earlier this year (January, if my memory is correct). This is one of my favourites in the series, we meet so many new characters and the plot really starts to pick up.
Shelf 1, book 2
(Look at my Newt and Pickett POP AHHHHH they’re adorable!)
I saw the movie twice at the cinema last year which let me tell you, never happens. The movie was amazing and because I really enjoy reading plays I assumed I would enjoy the screenplay also. And, luckily enough I really enjoyed reading it!
UPDATE: I just put up a poll on Goodreads about the relevance of Shakespeare to help me with a project for school so would you guys mind doing it if you have Goodreads? Thank you!