April Book Wishlist

Helloo Everyone,

Sorry I only done 1 blog post last week, I’ve been so busy with things I lost track. I’m back now so I’ll get to the point of this post, books! What a surprise right? Anyway, there’s always books out there that I’m just waiting to buy and it could be anything from 3 to 15 books a month haha! But sadly with me being a student and not having a permanent job it’s not easy to just buy things, especially books, whenever I want.. but I can dream! So here are the books that have made it onto this months wishlist!

From left to right:
All My Friends are Superheroes
by Andrew Kaufman
One of the fabulous Youtubers I follow ItsWayPastMyBedTime aka Carrie Fletcher said at the beginning of this year that this was one of her favourite books but I never just buy a book because someone else likes it, I have to genuinely be interested in it. So once I looked into it more I found it incredibly funny, some of their superpowers are really quirky haha!

Sense and Sensibility
by Jane Austen
I decided a while ago that I wanted to start reading classics and this is my first stop, plus with the reviews being so good there was no reason not to!

The Fade Out Volume 1
by Sean Phillips
If I’m completely honest with you I can’t seem to remember who I came across this but I think I must have been looking at graphic novels and this caught my eye! It’s a crime mystery novel set in Hollywood during the early 20th century, what’s not to like?

Matilda by Roald DahlWhen I was kid I remember loving this movie so much; my nan had it on video so me and my sister would watch it nearly every time we went over *awh childhood memories* I’d really like to know what the book is like!

Station Eleven by Emily St. John MandelI’ve seen this book a couple of times but for some reason I never took an interest to it. It was recommended to me by a friend as I like apocalyptic books and there was me like “say what? is that what it is?” and yes is the answer to that! It centers around a theatre group that attempting to survive after the war has ended, I’m very intrigued..

How To Be a Woman
by Caitlin Moran
I actually had a sample of this on my Kindle as I wasn’t sure if I’d like it enough to buy it but I was proven wrong as it attracts the feminist side of me! Caitlin Moran is also quite funny writer so now I’ve read the sample I’m dying to finish the book where I left off!

The only reason I’m glad I’m done is because I’m worried if I start looking more my bank account won’t be very happy with me haha! So is there any books you’re tempted to read? Have you been staring at a book for ages but haven’t managed to buy it yet? Let me know in the comments as it’s always nice to hear what you guys like to read! I hope you like this post and I’ll see you next time 🙂

Ali Caitrin

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8 Comments

  1. 6 April 2015 / 11:57 am

    Thanks for sharing your books. Matilda is a classic favorite. I've never heard of any of the others but I am going to search for the Fade Out Volume book by Sean Phillips. Thanks for sharing.
    growingupin70s.com

    • 10 April 2015 / 7:55 pm

      Awh you're welcome, I'm glad you liked it 😀
      Yeah you should definitely look it up if you're interested in crime mystery novels 🙂

    • 10 April 2015 / 8:08 pm

      This is actually the first book of hers that I've read but from what I've read already I can totally understand why you love it hehe 😛

  2. 15 April 2015 / 7:22 pm

    Ah totally need to read the Caitlin Moran book! I've been trying to read more classics recently as well but I usually get distracted by modern fiction! x

    Jasmin Charlotte

    • 25 April 2015 / 5:16 pm

      That's what I want to do too, I've recently bought Sense and Sensibility so I might read it in May 🙂 and I'm definitely the same when it comes to modern fiction, I think a lot of people are like that too lol!

  3. 25 April 2015 / 3:17 pm

    Great list here. I also want to start reading classics and Jane Austen seems like a good place to start. Also the Vintage Classics Austen Series is so pretty, it will be a fabulous addition to any bookshelf! Matilda is a fantastic book, Roald Dahl has such a good writing style, it's so compelling even for older readers. If you do end up reading any of these books I'd love to read some reviews.
    Emily
    http://paperchainblog.blogspot.co.uk/

    • 25 April 2015 / 5:19 pm

      I know right Jane Austen book is soo pretty, I think I saw it in one of the YouTuber's book haul videos a while back and I just had to buy it 😛
      I will definitely try to do a review of all of the books I read each month, it's new for me but I can try 😉

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