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  1. Laura Loves Reads 2018

    4) The Excalibur Codex - James Douglas Synopsis - For countless generations the sword had been kept hidden, ready for a time of need. But not hidden well enough, because on one warm July night in1937 it vanished - its disappearance swallowed up in the storm clouds of war that would soon engulf the world. 1941 - twelve SS generals gather at a castle in East Prussia to re-enact an ancient rite and call on the spirits of Europe’s mightiest warriors to aid them in the coming battle in the East. At the heart of the ritual is a pentagram formed by five swords. One of them is Excalibur, the mythical weapon pulled from a stone by King Arthur. 2010 - Art recovery expert Jamie Saintclair laughs when he reads the codex to a German war veteran’s will, the strange ritual it describes and the mention of a sword named Excalibur. But collector Adam Steele is convinced - and if Jamie can find the legendary sword, he will pay a small fortune for it. The hunt for Excalibur takes Jamie from Germany to eastern Poland and a deadly encounter in Hitler’s Wolf’s Lair. The castle has been destroyed down to the last stone and the only clue to the sword’s fate is the strange tale of a wartime partisan unit murdered by its own commander. With a team of international assassins on his trail and the distinction between friend and enemy a blur, Jamie finally makes it back to a Britain under siege, where the last piece of the puzzle falls into place and he discovers that the line between obsession and madness is gossamer thin... My Thoughts - I've had this book on the shelf for a while and after I picked it up after a while I realised that this is book #3 in a series. I dont normally like reading books out of sequence but had a look online and it seems that this series is not essential to read in order. This was as really good story - i like the Arthur story and I am also fasinated by World War 2 and the combination of the two was really good. This book was also full of twists and turns and kept me guessing til the very end. A really good read. I'm not sure if I will read anymore in the series as this book explains what happened in them nut you never know one day I might give it a go! Rating - 4.5/5
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    3) Mum to Mum - Coleen Nolan Synopsis - A book to bring laughter, consolation and solid advice for every mum who's found herself wandering blearily round her kitchen in a milk-stained dressing gown, too exhausted by yet another sleepless night to remember what day of the week it is, or been left wondering where it all went wrong as her teenager screams, "I hate you!" and storms out of the room. Coleen has been a stay-at-home mum and a working mum, steered her children through toddler tantrums and sibling rivalry, helped with their homework and cheered them on at football, handled their heartbreak at her divorce and the transition to living with a stepfather. She knows how rewarding motherhood is, and how hard. In this book she shares some of her funniest and happiest moments as a mother, as well as the frustrations and tough times every parent faces. She also gives lots of tried and tested, practical advice for each stage of your child's development as well as tips on dealing with issues like bullying, bereavement and divorce. Above all, she reassures us that real mums aren't always perfect, and no one gets it right all the time. Loving your kids and doing your best is what matters. My Thoughts - I brought this book years ago - when I first found out I was pregnant and I went through a stage of buying 'mummy' books! This one was one of the better ones. I found it quite imformative as the author tied in real life experiences with her children to make it a bit more real. I also liked the layout of the book as she had it laid out like an advice column so if a particular topic was not of intrest it could be skipped. Rating - 3/5
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    2) The Party - Robyn Harding Synopsis - In this stunning and provocative domestic drama about a sweet sixteen birthday party that goes horribly awry, a wealthy family in San Francisco finds themselves entangled in a legal battle, their darkest secrets revealed, and their friends turned to enemies. One invitation. A lifetime of regrets. Sweet sixteen. It’s an exciting coming of age, a milestone, and a rite of passage. Jeff and Kim Sanders plan on throwing a party for their daughter, Hannah—a sweet girl with good grades and nice friends. Rather than an extravagant, indulgent affair, they invite four girls over for pizza, cake, movies, and a sleepover. What could possibly go wrong? But things do go wrong, horrifically so. After a tragic accident occurs, Jeff and Kim’s picture perfect life in a wealthy San Francisco suburb suddenly begins to unravel. A lawsuit is filed that irrevocably changes their relationship, reveals dark secrets in the Sanders’ marriage, and exposes the truth about their perfect daughter, Hannah. Harkening to Herman Koch’s The Dinner, Christos Tsiolkas’s The Slap, and Liane Moriarty’s Big Little Lies, The Party takes us behind the façade of the perfect family, exposing the lies, betrayals, and moral lapses that neighbors don’t see—and the secrets that children and parents keep from themselves and each other. My Thoughts - I brought this book in a supermarket towards the end of last year as it sounded quite good a little bit like a Jodi Picoult or a Diane Chamberlain book. Unfortunatly it wasnt as good as the two mentioned authors. The plot was good but it was a fairly standard plot with teenagers doing what teenagers do! I had guessed the plot themes pretty much two chapters in which was a little bit disapponting. It would probably make a fairly good beach read. Rating 2.5/5
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    1)Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell Synopsis - Cath is a Simon Snow fan. Okay, the whole world is a Simon Snow fan... But for Cath, being a fan is her life—and she’s really good at it. She and her twin sister, Wren, ensconced themselves in the Simon Snow series when they were just kids; it’s what got them through their mother leaving. Reading. Rereading. Hanging out in Simon Snow forums, writing Simon Snow fan fiction, dressing up like the characters for every movie premiere. Cath’s sister has mostly grown away from fandom, but Cath can’t let go. She doesn’t want to. Now that they’re going to college, Wren has told Cath she doesn’t want to be roommates. Cath is on her own, completely outside of her comfort zone. She’s got a surly roommate with a charming, always-around boyfriend, a fiction-writing professor who thinks fan fiction is the end of the civilized world, a handsome classmate who only wants to talk about words... And she can’t stop worrying about her dad, who’s loving and fragile and has never really been alone. For Cath, the question is: Can she do this? Can she make it without Wren holding her hand? Is she ready to start living her own life? Writing her own stories? And does she even want to move on if it means leaving Simon Snow behind? My thoughts - I brought this book as it had a lot of hype surrounding it and I also thought it would be really good. To be honest I'm going to have to put it in the catergory of 'didnt get the hype' book. I mean it was ok and a nice little coming of age story but I just didnt get it too much. Maybe its because I'm a fair bit older than the target audience and I probably would have enjoyed it 10 years ago when I was a simular age. I did enjoy the fanfiction side of this book as its not something that is really touched on in much fiction. I enjoy reading fanfiction especially Harry Potter and it was nice to have this theme throughout the book. I wasnt ready for the book to end how it did though - id have liked it to go on a little more. I do have a couple of other books by the author on my TBR and wishlist so heres hoping I enjoy them. Rating - 3.5/5
  5. Laura Loves Reads 2018

    Well thats my book log for 2018 complete! I've got a couple of reviews to do which I'll do today but I'm already onto my 5th book of 2018!
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    Nicolas Sparks - Dear John Priority Reading This is a list of books that I'd quite like to read this year above some of the others. Douglas Adams - The Hitchhickers Guide to the Galaxy Bill Bryson - At Home GIllian Flynn - Gone Girl Robert Galbraith - The Cuckoos Calling Kate Harrison - Old School Ties Susan Hill - Howards End is on the Landing Natasha Kampush - 3096 Days Pittacus Lore - I am Number Four Caitlin Moran - How to be a Woman Rick Rhordian - Percy Jackson Dan Brown - The Lost Symbol Stephen King - 11.22.64 Kass Morgan - The 100 Nicolas Sparks - Dear John
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    Books Brought 2018
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    Wishlist 1/1/2018- 108 Cecelia Ahern - A Place Called Here Michael Alexander - Confessions of a Male Nurse Kate Atkinson - Behind the Scenes at the Museum Jennifer Bardsley - Genises Girl Nina Bawden - Carries War Christina Benjamin - The Geneva Project Meave Binchy - Light a Penny Candle Frankie Boyle - Work, Consume, Die Ray Bradbury - Fahrenheit 451 Albert Brooks - 2030 The Real Story of What Happens to America Rapheal Brous - I Am Max Lamm Rob Buyea - Because of Mr Terupt Rachel Caine - Glass Houses Emma Carroll - Frost Hallow Hall John Le Carre - The Spy Who Came in from the Cold Kristen Cast - Marked Diane Chamberlain - The Midwifes Confession Diane Chamberlain - Summers Child Joelle Charbonneau - The Testing Sam Christer - The Turin Shroud Secret Genivieve Cogman - The Invisable Library Rachel Cohn - Dash and Lilys Book of Dares Cheryl Cole - My Story Allie Condie - Atlantia Michael Cunningham - A Home at the End of The World Annie Darling - The Little Bookshop of Lonely Hearts James Dashner - A Munity in Time Degli - Block 11 Isla Dewar - Dancing in a Distant Place Colin Dexter - Last Book to Woodstock Lucy Dillon - One Small Act of Kindness Paul Dowswell - Auslander Jaycee Dugard - A Stolen Life Nick Edwards - In Stiches Antonia Forest - Autumn Term Cornelia Funke - Inkheart Micheal Grant - Gone Neil Gaimen - Good Omens Neil Gaimen - Neverwhere Eva Gray - Behind the Gates Jane Green - Jemima J Ellie Griffiths - The Crossing Places Heather Gudenhauf - Little Mercies Aramentia Hall - Dot Charlaine Harris - Living Dead in Dallas Helen Hanff - 84 Charing Cross Road Johan Harstad - 172 Hours on the Moon Veronica Henry - The Long Weekend Charlie Higson - Silverfin Barry Hines - A Kestral for a Knave James Holland - Darkest Hour Anthony Horowitz - The Power of Five Helen Humphries - Conventry P.D. James - Innocent Blood Pam Jenoff - The Winter Guest Millie Johnson - The Yorkshire Pudding Club Katie Kavinsky - Awaken Liz Kessler - A Year Without Autumn Stephen King - Under the Dome John Knowles - A Separate Peace Mike Lancaster - 0.4 Lori Lansens - The Girls Mark Logue - The Kings Speech Rosamud Lupton - Afterwards Andrea McLean - Confessions of a Good Girl Richelle Mead - Vampire Academy L. M. Montgomery - Anne of Green Gables Amy Sue Nathan - The Glass Wives Caragg M O'Brian - Birthmarked Maggie O'Farrell - After You've Gone Joel Ohmen - Meritopolsis Amanda Owen - A Year in the Life of the Yorkshire Shepardess Julie Pandl - Memoirs of a Sunday Brunch Katherine Patterson - Bridge to Teribitha Stephanie Perkins - Summer Days and Summe Nights Elizabeth Peters - Crocodile on the Sandbank Margaret Peterson Haddix - Among the Hidden Jodi Picoult - Between the Lines Gabriella Poole - Secret Lives Doreen Rapport - Beyond Courage James Rebanks - The Shepards Life Erica Marie Remarque - All Quiet on the Western Front Sean Reymont - Bomb Hunters Veronica Roth - Insurgent Rainbow Rowell - Attachments Lorna Sage - Bad Blood Dorothy L. Sayers - Whose Body? Rita Sepetys - Between Shades of Grey Sarah Shepard - Pretty Little Liars L.J. Smith - The Vampire Diaries Emily St John Mandel - The Lola Quartet Roger Sutton - A Family of Readers Ian Tregillis - Bitter Seeds John Updike - Couples S. J. Watson - Before I Go to Sleep Eliza Wass - The Cresswell Plot Wendy Wax - While We Were Watching Downton Abbey Elizabeth Wein - Code Name Verity Arabella Weir - Does my Bum Look Big in This? Geoff Wikes - Alone in Berlin Geoffrey Willians - Molesworth Connie Willis - Blackout N. D Wilson - 100 Cupboards Ben Woolfenden - The Ruins of Time Connie Worth - Call The Midwife Rick Yancy - The Infinate Sea
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    TBR List S-Z TBR 1/1/2018 - 35 2018 - 35 C'J' Sansom - Dominion Gary D Schmidt - Orbiting Jupiter Alice Seebold - The Almost Moon Mary Ann Shaffer - The Gurnsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Bob Shepard - The Infidel Sara Shepard - Pretty Little Liars Anita Shreeve - Fortunes Rocks Adam Silvera - History is all you Left ME Helen Simonson - Major Pettigrews Last Stand Stephen Smith - Underground London Edward Smithes - Backroom Boys Nicolas Sparks - Dear John Nicolas Sparks - The Choice Nicolas Sparks - The Last Song Nicolas Sparks - The Notebook Danielle Steel - Legacy Keith Stuart - The Boy Made of Blocks Lulu Taylor - The Winter Children Oliver Tearle - The Secret Library Trisha Telap - The Mamoth Book of Paranormal Romance John Terrane - To Win a War Teri Terry - Book of Lies Carrie Tiffany - Mateship WIth Birds Barbara Tiperlo - Noahs Ark Jack Trevane - Invisable Women Sue Townsend - Adrian Mole Sue Wallman - Lying About Last Summer Katherine Webb - The Legacy Denise Welch - Starting Over Lucie Whitehouse - The Bed Made Laura Wiess - Leftovers Susan Wiggs - The Goodbye Quilt Jaquline Wilson - Lola Rose Kevin Wilson - Journeys End Tim Winton - The Winter Dark
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    TBR List M-R TBR 1/1/2018 - 80 2018 - 79 Sarah J, Maas - A Court of Thorns and Roses John MacGuhurn - That They Might Face the Rising Sun Ian Mackersy - No Empty Chairs Catherine Machpill - Roxys Baby Michelle Magorian - Goodnight Mister Tom Norman Mailer - The Castle in the Forest Scott Mariani - The Shadow Project Scott Mariani - Forgotten Holocaust Sharon Marshall - Tabloid Girl Andrew Marr - A History of Modern Britain Andrew Marr- A History of the World Jean Marsh - The House of Eliott George R R Martin - Game of Thrones Jennifer Mathieu - Moxie Karen Matland - The Vanishing Witch Ian McEwen - Atonement Carole McGiffen - O Carol Ewan McGregor - The Long Way Round Andy Mcnab - Battle Lines Andy Mcnab - Seven Troop Ali McNamara - Breakfast a Darcys Ali McNamara - Step Back in Time Malie Meloy - Liars and Saints Charlotte Mendelson - Daughters in Jeruslem Charlotte Mendelson - When We Were Bad Melissa Meyer - Cinder Stephanies Meyer - The Host Sue Miller - The Senators Wife Anchee Min - Empress Orchid Caitlin Moran - How to be a Woman Kass Morgan - The 100 Liane Moriarty - THe Husbands Secret Nicola Moriarty - The Fifth Letter Kate Morton - The Cresent House Kate Morton - The Lake House Sara Nelson - So Many Books So Little Time Patrick Ness - A Monster Calls Lindsay Nichloson - Living on the Seabed Coleen Nolan - Upfront and Personal Ronan O Brian - Confessions of a Fallen Angel Sharon Osbourne - Survivour Amanda Owen - A Year in the Life of the Yorkshire Shepherdess Peter Padfield - Hess,Hitler and Churchill Christopher Paolini - Eragon Penny Parker - Practice Makes Perfect Adele Parks - Men I've Loved Before Adele Parks - The Stranger in my Home Louise Penny - The Brutal Telling Elizabeth Peters - The Curse of the Pharoah Jodi Picoult - Keeping Faith Sylvia Plath - The Bell Jar Ben Pollen - The Summer of the Bear Terry Pratchett - The Colour of Magic Francis Pryor - The Birth of Modern Britain Phillip Pullman - Northern Lights Jim Quellen - Inside Alcatraz Mathew Quick - The Silver Linings Playbook Naseem Rakha - The Crying Tree Gordon Ramsey - Humble Pie Sarah Rayner - One Moment, One Morning James Rebanks - The Shepards Life Laurel Remington - The Secret Cooking Club Elvie Rhodes - Caras Land Rick Rhordian - Percy Jackson Lucy Ribchester - The Amber Shadows Shane Richie - Rags to Richie Ransom Riggs - Miss Perigrines Home for Perculiar Children Lucinda Riley - The Angel Tree Lucy Riodian - The Shadow Hour Tom Rob Smith - Child 44 Caroline Roberts - The Cosy Teashop in the Castle Deborah Rodriguez - The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul Meg Rosoff- How I Live Now Matt Rudd - William Walkers First Year of Marriage Abby Rushton - Unspeakable Meridith Russo - If I was Your Girl
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    TBR List G-L Total 1/1/2018 - 88 Total 2018 - 88 Robert Galbraith - The Cuckoos Calling Jane Gardan - Old Filth Alex Garland - The Beach Lisa Genova - Love Anthony David Gibbons - Troy Julia Glass - Three Junes Robert Goddard - Never Go Back Linda Grant - The Clothes on there Backs Jane Green - Second Chances John Green - The Fault in Our Stars John Grisham - The Chamber John Grogan - Marley and Me Luther Gunter Bcheim - The Boat John Gwynne - Malice Mark Haddon - The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime Geri Halliwell - If Only Izzy Hammond - Someone to Watch Over Me Kristan Hannah - Firefly Lane Yuval Noah Harari - Sapiens Yuval Noah Harari - Homo Deus Laura Harrington - Alice Bliss Joanne Harris - The Lollypop Shoes Robert Harris - Fatherland Kate Harrison - Old School Ties Pamela Hartshorne - Times Echo John Harwood - The Ghost Writer Joseph Heller - Catch 22 Holly Hepburn - A Year at the Star and Sixpence James Herbert - 48 Mary Higgins Clark - Second Time Around Melissa Hill - The House at Mulberry End Susan Hill - Howards End is on the Landing Will Hill - After the Fire Peter Ho Davis - The Welsh Girl Peter Hoeg - Miss Smillas Feeling For Snow Wendy Holden - Marrying Up Wendy Holden - Born Surviors Cathy Hopkins - The Kicking Bucket List Christina Hopkinson - The Weekend Wives Nick Hornby - The Complete Polysyllabic Spree Khaled Hosseini - The Kite Runner Elizabeth Jane Howard - The Light Years Christopher Huff - Haunted Second World War Airfields Charmaine Hussey - The Valley of Secrets Greg Iles - 24 Hours JLS - Forever and a Day Anna Jacobs - Farewell to Lancashire Lisa Jewell - The Truth About Melody Brown George Johnson - The Last Dambuster Natasha Kampush - 3096 Days Lisa Kane - The Report Jackie Kay - Red Dust Road Kathy Kelly - The Honey Queen Brigid Kemmerer - Letters to the Lost Marian Keyes - This Charming Man Marian Keyes - Under the Duvet Raymond Khorury - The Sign Stephen King - 11.22.64 Sophie Kinsella - A Desirable Residence Renee Knight - Disclaimer Dorothy Koomson - The Ice Cream Girls Giles Kristian - God of Vengance Chris Kyle - Sniper One Alex Lake - After Anna Larrson - The Girl WIth the Dragon Tattoo Larrson - The Girl who Played With Fire Richard Layton - The Travellng Vampire Show Trenton Lee Stewart - The Extrodenary Education of Nicolas Benedict Trenton Lee Stewart - The Perilous Journey Trenton Lee Stewart - The Prisoners Dilemma Jem Lester - Shtum Louise Levene - A Vision of Loveliness Joshua Levine - Forgotten Voices of the Blitz David Levithan -Everyday Andrea Levy - Small Island John Lewis - Stempel - Six Weeks Howard Linskey - The Search Steven Lloyd Jones - The String Diaries Pittacus Lore - I am Number Four Emery Lord - The Start of me and You Sean Longden - Blitz Kids Lorenze - No Safety In Numbers Robert Louis Stevenson - Treasure Island Harry Ludlum - Great Ghost Stories Robert Ludlum - The Amber Warning Arnold Lusto - Lovely Green Eyes
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    TBR List A-F 1/1/2018 - 106 2018 - 106 Frank Abagnale - Catch me if You Can Marc Acito - How I Paid for College Douglas Adams - The Hitchhickers Guide to the Galaxy Monica Ali - Brick Lane Anon - Girl A Ros Asquith - I Was a Teenage Worrier Jay Asher - 13 Reasons Why Margaret Atwood - The Blind Assassin David Baldacci - One Summer Jenny Barden - Mistress of the Sea Emily Barr - The One Memory of Flora Banks Alex Bell - Frozen Charlotte Maeve Binchy - Tara Road Maeve Binchy - This Year it Will Be Different Katarina Bivald - The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend Malorie Blackman - Naughts and Crosses Fanny Blake - With a Friend Like You Judy Blundell - What I Saw and How I Lied Sam Bourne - The Rightous Men Mark Bowden - Black Hawk Down Nina Bowden - Carries War Oliver Bowden - Assassins Creed James Bradley - The Resurectionist Cathy Bramley - White Lies and Wishes Amy Bratley - The Saturday Supper Club Simon Brett - Murder in the Museum Joanna Brisco - You Amanda Brooke - The Affair Alexandra Brown - Th Great Christmas Knit Off Dan Brown - Digital Fortress Dan Brown - Inferno Dan Brown - The Lost Symbol Cpt Eric Brown - Wings on my Sleeve Bill Bryson - At Home Bill Bryson - Shakespeare Suzanne Bugler - This Perfect World Candice Bushnell - Sex and the City Meg Cabot - Size 12 is not Fat Meg Cabot - The Princess Diaries Helen Callaghan - Dear Amy Louise Candish - Before we Say Goodbye J L Carrell - The Shakespeare Curse Diane Chamberlain - Kiss River Diane Chamberlain - Nessessary Lies Diane Chamberlain - The Escape Artist Diane Chamberlain - The Lies We Told Lucy Christopher - Flyaway Tom Clancy Executive Orders Tom Clancy - Net Force Tom Clancy - Point of Impact Cassandra Clare - Clockwork Prince Cassandra Clare - Lady Midnight Cat Clarke - Girlhood Lucy Clarke - Last Seen Clarkson - Dont Stop Me Now Clarkson - How Hard Can It Be Clarkson - The Topgear Years Anthony Clayton - Paths of Glory Marika Cobbold - THe Purvayor of Enchartment Harlen Coben - Just One Look Rachel Cohn - The Twelve Days of Dash and Lily Eoin Colfer - Plugged Jenny Colgan - The Good,The Bad and the Dumped Jenny Colgan - The Little Shop of Happily Ever After Ally Condie - Crossed Ally Condie - Matched Ally Condie - Reached Gordon Corrigan - Mud,Blood and Poppycock Diney Costello - The Girl With No Name Dilly Court - The Cockney Sparrow Michael Cox - The Meaning of Night Sarah Crossan - Resist Siobhan Curham - The Moonlight Dreamers Kathleen Demarco - Cranberry Queen Grace Dent - Its a LBD Thing Lucy Diamond - Summer at Shell Cottage Phillip K. DIck - The Man In High Castle Kate Diffenbarugh - The Language of the Flowers Readers Digest - Great Ghost Stories DK - The History Book DK - The Shakespeare Book Rebecca Done - The Secret Were Keeping Emma Donoghue - The Lotterys Plus One Catherine Dunne - Set in Stone Catherine Dwyer Hickey - Tatty Clare Dyer - The Moment Jeremy Dyson - The Haunted Book Kim Edwards - The Memory Keepers Daughter Imogen Edwards-Jones - Hotel Babylon Ben Elton - Two Brothers Harriet Evans - The Butterfly Summer Jane Fallon - Strictly Between Us Sebastian Faulks - Birdsong Sebastian Faulks - Charlotte Grey Ellen Feldman - The Boy Who Loved Anne Frank Tom Fletcher - The Creakers Katie Flynn - We'll Meet Again Foley - Remarkable Cayle Foreman - If I Stay Gayle Foreman - I Was Here Karen Fowler - The Jane Austin Book Club Moira Fowley Doyle - The Accident Season John Francome - Storm Rider Stephen Fry - The Fry Chronicles Claire Fuller - Our Endless Numbered Days GIllian Flynn - Gone Girl
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    Books Read 2018 Books Read January 2018 1)Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell 2)The Party - Robyn Harding 3)Mum to Mum - Coleen Nolan 4)The Excalibur Codex - James Douglas Books Read February 2018 Books Read March 2018 Books Read April 2018 Books Read May 2018 Books Read June 2018 Books Read July 2018 Books Read August 2018 Books Read September 2018 Books Read October 2018 Books Read November 2018 Books Read December 2018