Top 5 Wednesday| Books Before I Started Blogging

Top 5 Wednesdays is a book meme that was started by Laini from GingerreadsLaini and is now hosted by Sam over at Thoughts on Tomes.

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This one is a weird one because I slightly feel like I have already made a similar post back for my 18th birthday, last year. I took books from my childhood right the way through my adolescents. Also, a lot of my reading has happened during the two/three years I have been blogging. 


1. City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
Series: The Mortal Instruments


I read this waaaaaaay before I even knew what blogging was. It was just in the school library, sounded interesting and so I checked it out. It even had the cover before the one to the left came out! A copy I now own. A later learned that these were a pretty popular series- and I was obsessed!



2. The Bad Beginning by Lemony Snicket
Series: A Series of Unfortunate Events



This was the biggest series I remember reading when I was in my final year of primary school. I was probably ten... Eleven. No. Ten. 

3. Magyk by Angie Sage
Series: Septimus Heap


I read these after The Mortal Instruments, looking for a new series to get obsessed about. This is a middle grade series that I never seemed to be able to get passed the third book in the series. This is one I would love to revisit and finish.



4. Matilda by Roald Dahl
Standalone


Gosh, Roald Dahl is the reason I still read to this day. And Quentin Blake was the reason I tried all my best to be an illustrator. Maybe. one day I'll write a children's book, and illustrate it like my idols.


5. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J.K. Rowling
Series: Harry Potter


What list wouldn't be complete without Harry Potter. A book series that really grew without bloggers, booktubers and bookstagrammers. And one that we all* love.

*Not entirely.


Comments

  1. I was never a huge fan of The Mortal Instruments - in fact I never finished the last book! I am reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone at the moment - never too late for Harry Potter, right? Nice list!

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    1. No, it's never too late for Harry Potter! And thank you.

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