On my bookshelf #6

You know the drill, let’s do this!

Total number of books: 447
Total number of unread books: 106

1. Divided – Elsie Chapman

I really love this duology. I keep hoping for a third book, but no luck so far… *finger crossed!*  Graduation Day (The Testing, #3)

2. The Testing – Joelle Charbonneau
3. Independent Study – Joelle Charbonneau
4. Graduation Day – Joelle Charboneau

Really enjoyed reading this series. I really want to know what happens after all this has played out.17165932 I thought it was quite an intriguing world that Charbonneau created.

5. The Canterbury Tales – Geoffrey Chaucer
6. Passenger to Frankfurt – Agatha Christie

Two of my many, many unread classics. I promise to read them all oThe Testing (The Testing, #1)ne day.

7. Artemis Fowl – Eoin Colfer

Started, but never finished. I was one of the nerdy girls that translated all the weird symbols (above or at the bottom of the page). That was the funnest part for me. I just remember not liking the story. Perhaps I should give it another try and then decide whether to unhaul it or not.

On my bookshelf #68. The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins
9. Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins
10. Mockingjay – Suzanne Collins

I love these books. They’re on my soon to reread-list. I know some people prefer the first two books, or just the last. I don’t remember that I did. I think when I read them, I loved them all equally. It’s been a while though, so I’ll figure that out once I’ve reread them.

Do you see any of your favorites here?

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