Book Bingo 2017 – Crossing the Finish Line…Just

Despite being pretty much forgotten about since I first posted this in January (no surprise there), I have actually managed a Bingo win in these final days of the year! How serendipitous. When I was paying attention I actually really enjoyed choosing books for these categories. I think I’m actually going to keep them for next year as well, there are many ones I didn’t get to read and would love to, and would love to read more of what I did.

I will be writing up reviews for those without them at some stage, I’ll update the links as they come. I’ve linked the Goodreads page which has my star rating on them as a start. I can recommend most of what I read, there were a few that fell short, but that’s ok, the good books balanced out the bad ones in the end. Once again I also discovered some great books and authors on the way which is a win in itself too.

A Fairytale Retelling: Frogkisser! by Garth Nix

Published This Year: La Belle Sauvage by Philip Pullman – REVIEW

On TBR For More Than A Year: Beside Myself by Ann Morgan

Reread A Series: Harry Potter by JK Rowling  – REVIEWS

Author Of A Different Ethnicity: The Whale Rider by Witi Ihimaera

A Classic: Fellowship of the Ring by JRR Tolkien – REVIEW

Non-Human MC: Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

Free Choice: Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben

Chosen For The Cover: Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen – REVIEW

Short Stories Collection: Night Music by John Connolly

Was A Gift: Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo

Book About Books: Julie and JuliaREVIEW

Self Published: Moonstruck by Nikki Rae – REVIEW

Non-Fiction: Fight Light A Girl by Clementine Ford – REVIEW

Graphic Novel: Fables by Bill Willingham

One Word Title: Wonder by R.J Palacio

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