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30 March 2012

Review Copy Cleanup: Love Will Find a Way

I've had so much fun doing the Review Copy Cleanup so I'm sad to say that this is the fifth and final challenge! Hosted over @Nyx Book Reviews and @Books, Biscuits & Tea, there are some amazing things up for grabs so go check out their giveaways (only for participants of the challenge!). This week, its all about sharing our all-time favourite books with one another. What books would we take with us if we were stranded on an island? And there's no limit with how many books we can take, so here I go...

 I would take alot more than just these few books! I had to pack yesturday to come home for the Easter holidays, and I couldn't decide what books to bring or not so I have one big box full and two big bags full haha. I am so bad. Anywaaay, A Game of Thrones actually means the whole Song of Ice and Fire series, I'd also take all the Harry Potter books and not just The Philosopher's Stone, all of The Hunger Games books (I haven't read the 2nd or 3rd yet!) and I'd take all of Margaret George's historical fiction books (all brilliant!) and I would take all of Christoper Paolini's Inheritance Cycle. Just too many books to possibly part with! I'd also never get bored of these books so they would do perfectly!

What books are your all time favourite? What books would you like to have if stranded on an island?! Let me know below! 

Also, a big THANKS! to Celine and Vicky for such a brill challenge! Please put your heads together more often and come up with some more great challenges! 


  1. Oh excellent choices..I am going back to get the Tolkien books and Hunger Game trilogy..LOL
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  2. I would take Harry Potter, Narnia, and Hunger Games, too! Those books are amazing, there's no way I could part with them. Great post! :-)

  3. It's hard to choose isn't it? I loved being read The Hobbit as a child but I have to admit to not getting very far with Lord of the Rings. I can appreciate his world building and his influence in fantasy, but just don't get on with his style at all.

    1. I can totally see where your coming from. The Hobbit is just so different to the Lord of the Rings and it is quite a bit more bogged down with stuff!

  4. Excellent choices! I loved Eragon and the Chronicles of Narnia :)

  5. I would have to have all the Tolkien books on my shelf. And some classics like Jane Eyre.

  6. I think I need to read because I haven't read a single one of those.

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  7. My friend really loves books by Margaret George so I really need to read one.

  8. Ooohh...looks like you like a lot of classics, like Narnia and Hobbit. I like the movie versions for some of those books, but when I tried reading the books, I just couldn't get into them.

  9. Great choices! I picked a few of these as well :)


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