Okay so I decided to go back a little and read a Harry Potter book, so why not start with the first book!
I have bought the new covers for Harry Potter books and I have been really excited to get started in it!
For anyone who hasn’t read them… why not?!?!? These books were brilliant when I read them ages ago and still brilliant today!
Okay so I really like these new covers, these are really nice but I’m still not sure if I like the old ones more…. guess we’ll see…
So the first Harry Potter book is about a young boy who finds out he is a wizard and goes to a witch and wizard school and starts to find out his hidden past… including fighting a dark wizard Voldemort!
WHAT BOOK DO I READ NEXT!!!
Cute cat – cause we all love cute cats!
So being a massive fan of the first book and the Christmas book, never mind the film!! I decided to give his second book ago!
This book links in with the first one really closely! At times I was thinking I’m sure I know this happens but I think because I watched the film not long ago I started noticed bits more easily!
I love these books but I defiantly suggest if you want to read this book and the first read them together… so no.1 first and then go straight onto no.2 it’ll make a lot more sense than having a little gap and trying to remember bits from the first book!
One thing I really liked about this book is James talked about some of the rumours that go around about him (things that myself people tell me when I tell them I love the book) and how they make him feel and why he feels they are said and most importantly puts these rumours right!
I decided to try and read this fictional vampire book after reading Matt Haig’s personal book about depression and anxiety.
I really like how Matt writes, this book is split onto section but each chapter is very short – which you find yourself reading really quickly through.
It was a very different vampire book to most, a family of vampire where half the family didn’t realise they were vampires, strange,…. but worked to well.
I really enjoyed reading this and I’m really excited to read his other book ‘The Humans’ – this looks different but I’ve come to like the way he writes and would love to read more from him… I suggest many should check out his both fictional and non- fictional books.
I find myself carrying a book where ever I am going… today me and my boyfriend decided to go to Black Rocks in Cromford, Matlock today (mainly for photographs) but it was nice to be able to spend a couple hours of just reading my book on the rocks!!!
Here’s me in the cold with my slightly muddy trainers from walking around….