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Reading Bingo 2017

Hello everyone, and welcome back to The Bookworm’s Fantasy! I hope you’re all doing well. Today I’m posting my take on the Reading Bingo for 2017. I completed the Reading Bingo last year, which you can find here. There’s lots of different ways of doing this post – personally, I like to see how many bingo squares I can tick off, giving examples of books I’ve read this year that fit into each square. I’m going to try and mention books I haven’t spoken about much on my blog before. So, here goes…

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A Book That Became A Movie.

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I read this book for my English Literature “Gothic” module. It’s very creepy and strange, and so is the film!

 

 

A Book Published This Year.

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A sensational Psychological Thriller that was published in February of this year. You can find my full review here.

 

 

A Book With A Number In The Title.

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I was required to read this for my Creative Writing course at university earlier this year. I didn’t like it all that much though!

 

 

A Funny Book.

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This book made me feel SO many different emotions! The protagonist is absolutely hilarious – highly recommend this book.

 

 

A Book By A Female Author.

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I really enjoyed this book, and now I plan to read more of Seskis’ books. Highly recommend this – read my full review here.

 

 

A Book With A Mystery.

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This is a book with a really big mystery behind it – who could be the killer? Read it to find out… (and check out my full review here!)

 

 

A Book With A One-Word Title.

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This book is fantastic, if a little strange at times. Check out my full review here if you’re interested.

 

 

A Book Set On A Different Continent.

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I read this book for my English Literature “Last Year’s Novels” module. Parts of it (but not all of it) are set in Africa.

 

 

A Book Of Non Fiction.

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I read this book for “research” purposes for my Creative Writing project/dissertation. It’s very disturbing!

 

 

The First Book By A Favourite Author.

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Gillian McAllister is definitely one of my favourite authors, and her debut is exceptional. Read my full review here.

 

 

A Book You Heard About Online.

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There was loads of hype about this book in the blogging community, and I’m so glad I read it because I loved it too! Find my full review here.

 

 

A Best-Selling Book.

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This book has had rave reviews and was a bestseller. I loved it too – you can find my full review here.

 

 

A Book At The Bottom Of Your To Be Read Pile.

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This book has been sat on my shelf for quite a while now, and I just haven’t gotten around to reading it yet. I need to soon!

 

 

A Book That Scares You.

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I read this book for my English Literature “Gothic” module. It is very scary and creepy, but brilliant!

 

 

A Book That Is More Than 10 Years Old.

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I read this book for my English Literature “Stories Of The Novel” module. I really didn’t like it if I’m honest…

 

 

The Second Book In A Series.

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I read this book at the beginning of the year, having not read the first book in the series. I definitely need to go back and read the first one now!

 

 

A Book With A Blue Cover.

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I’m not too keen on this cover, but it does fit the category! You can find my full review for this book here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy reading 🙂

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