Summer Books Wishlist

By Martina - Friday, July 15, 2016

Remember when I said I was going to upload six posts in June? I woke up today and it's July 15 already! I've spent the past month studying and doing exams and it has been boring and hard and I can't wait to be done with my exams and go out catching Pokémon go on holiday.

Today I'd like to share with you my Summer books wishlist.

Let's start with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. I've got a ticket for the show later in August and I think I'm going to buy this book straight after the show. I really love theatre and I've always hoped to see some adaptation of JK Rowling's books on stage, so I'm thrilled. I'm avoiding spoilers and I already know that even if the plot might disappoint me I'll still enjoy the show as a whole.

Let's move onto Giovanna Fletcher's Always with Love. I've read all of her books and loved every page, therefore I can't wait to put my hands on the brand new one. My favourite so far is Dream a Little Dream, but Billy & Me comes in a close second and I really want to know how she developed the plot in this one.

Now, how can I even mention Giovanna without talking about Carrie? I have really high expectations for her book - which is titled On the Other Side - and I'm sure I won't be disappointed. I love Carrie's creativity and personality, I've been following her for ages on YouTube and I enjoyed reading her first sort-of-autobiographical book, so I can't wait to read her first novel too.

Next I'm going to mention Zoella's Girl Online on Tour. This one has been published ages ago but I still haven't bought it. I read the first one last year and I really appreciated the fact that it was simple yet entertaining, quick to read and relaxing, while at the same time tackling some relevant topics (like anxiety and bullying) which are way too often left out of this kind of 'easy' books.

The last book I'm adding to my Summer list is actually a series. I've just finished the sixth season of Game of Thrones and I'd really like to read the books, since I've never even read the first volume. The problem is they are huge, super long, heavy and expensive and I don't think I'll have enough time to read them all this Summer. Sooner or later I will, anyway.

Before we go, there's another book I'd really like to mention. It's not part of my Summer wishlist because it has not been published yet and it won't be for quite a while, but I'm looking forward to getting Niomi Smart's Eat Smart. I love Niomi, her style and I'm always eager to know more about her plant based diet and recipes, therefore I'm sure I will enjoy cooking them next September when the books comes out.

Hope you liked this quick post,
Marti xx

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