This Week In Books #100

I am joining in with the lovely Lipsy from Lipsy’s Lost and Found’s feature which highlights our week in books. I shall be sharing what I’m reading now, then and next! I won’t be showcasing my new books as I do that on a Saturday. I’m really excited by this feature as I loved sharing my recent reads. My book reviews published on my blog are often WAY behind what I’m actually reading, so this is a good feature to keep you up to date!

Book images go to Goodreads!

Flying Tips for Flightless Birds The Heart's Invisible Furies A List of Cages

NOW Flying Tips For Flightless BirdsKelly McCaughrain– I’m 80 pages into this sweet book. I’m enjoying it so far. If I wasn’t feeling so poorly, I probably would have read half of it last night! It’s very easy to read. It’s all about twins who are trying to set up their own circus school.

THENThe Heart’s Invisible FuriesJohn Boyne– I can totally see why people have been lapping this story up. It’s so wonderful. At over 700 pages, I thought I’d be put off by this book, but I wasn’t. It kept me engaged throughout. Look out for the ‘Talking About’ review, coming up within the next few weeks.

NEXTA List Of CagesRobin Roe– I am incredibly excited about starting this book. I have heard so many wonderful things about it.

What are you reading this week? Let me know!

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18 thoughts on “This Week In Books #100

  1. Flying Tips for Flightless Birds looks like a lot of fun! I saw that somewhere a few weeks ago and thought it looked good!

  2. The three books all sound great. I am glad that you enjoyed The Heart’s Invisible Furies. It seems like quite a popular read. Enjoy your books this week.

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