TBR List

I have recently updated my to be read list and I thought I would share it with you!

You may see a book that you have read, or one you have never heard of and you may want to read them as well.

  1. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald by JK Rowling

This is the original screenplay which continues on from the previous screenplay. We continue to see how Grindelwald follows through on his promises after being captured in New York with the help of Newt Scamamder.

fantastic beasts

  1. Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh

Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh follows the trail of a serial killer. However, the killer isn’t on trial he is in the Jury…

We follow the game the killer is playing and we see the ex-conman turned attorney who suspects all is not correct.

thirteen

  1. The Tatooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

The tattooist of Auschwitz is a story that follows Lale Sokolov in 1942 who becomes the tattooist. He was given the job of permanently marking his fellow victims with what would become the most memorable symbol of the holocaust.

tattooist of auschwitz

  1. Cordially Invited by Zoe Sugg

Cordially Invited is a non-fiction book which is seperated into season to help you celerate all events in style. It is the book with all the top tips for hosting and celebrating events throughout the year. Together with the great images we get an insight into how youtuber Zoella celebrates her life!

cordially invited

Many thanks, Caitlin x

(PS please comment if you have read these or they are on your TBR list)

Author: Caitlin Marion Dermidy

I am a girl who loves to read and drink tea :) 19, Stirling Scotland

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