Wishlist Wednesday

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening, wherever you are!

Today’s blog is going to be a short one as it’s just a quick list of all the books that I currently have on my Wishlist to purchase sometime in the near future! Let me know what you think and if there are any books that are also on your Wishlist!

The list will probably be updated every other Wednesday with new books as I’m sure they’ll be a lot of exciting releases this year that I’ll want to purchase.

Without further ado, let’s get straight into it!

1. The Girl in the Glass Tower by Elizabeth Fremantle

I saw this book whilst walking through the Waterstones shop near where I live and I was instantly drawn in by the cover and the fact that I already have another book by Elizabeth Fremantle which is called Watch the Lady.


2. The Harrowing by James Aitchen

This was another book I saw whilst walking through Waterstones as well after I saw The Girl in the Glass Tower and knew I just had to buy it eventually. Plus it’s set in 1066 and the book cover looks amazing!


3. The Crow Girl by Axl Sund

This book really interested me because the author name is actually a conjunction of two different authors and I don’t think I’ve ever read a book written by two different authors, plainly because writers’ writing styles can differ a lot which could potentially ruin the flow of the book. Plus I think this book will be very good for my Sunday Funday challenge of reading a book that has been translated as this one has been translated as it’s been translated from Swedish.


4. Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult

When I saw this book was from the same author that wrote My Sister’s Keeper (which I absolutely loved! Made me cry a bunch of times!) and I’m really intrigued by how her writing will change with the different genres.


5. The Clifton Chronicles by Jeffery Archer

I saw the book ‘This Was A Man’ in Waterstones as well in passing and picked it up before realising that it was actually part of a seven-book series so I researched it a bit more and I also realised that I needed to buy the series as any books that are part of a series really interest me. 


6. The Light Between Oceans by M L Stedman

I saw the trailer for this book first with Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender in it and then saw that it was based on the novel and I’m a sucker for books that are made into films and I knew I just had to buy it soon!


So that’s it for now! I’m sure I’ll be adding on and taking away books that I’ve recently purchased so it’ll chop and change quite regularly I assume! I’m excited to see if anyone else has any of the same books on their wishlists and if anyone has any of these books, I’d love to hear what your opinions on them are!


Happy reading!


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