So, since the beginning of last year (Wow, it’s so wierd (I really wish I could figure out how to turn this browser’s spellcheck off.) to think of 2013 as last Year. I am never getting used to this.), my mother at Making It Up has been doing a Read52 Challenge- an attempt to read 52 books in one year. Now, since I’m getting started and I’m not quite as much of a reading fanatic as her, I’m just going to try to read 26 books this year. Just to be clear- I don’t have to stop at 26, it’s just the minimum target. I can read as many as I want, I could actually Read 52 if I wanted to. But out of that, every Monday possible, I’m going to say what books I read last week in one post. I won’t be giving them full-length reviews, but I will be saying a few sentences about each one, like how I got hold of them and how much I liked them and a rough outline of the story. So, without further ado, the first two books of 2014! (Amazon Links coming soon.)

Crown of Dreams by Katherine Roberts, Book 3 in the Pendragon (Oh, come ON, Spellcheck. First Wierd, then Spellcheck, and now Pendragon? Somebody needs to SHUT this THING UP!!!) Legacy. Interesting story behind me obtaining this, actually: A while ago, I got to choose two books from an online store for free. I chose a Hulk Pop-up book and Sword of Light, Book 1. I really enjoyed Sword of Light, and couldn’t wait toΒ  get my hands on Lance of Truth, the next book. Funnily enough, the next book I got hold of was (a signed copy of) Crown of Dreams in March, from a Competition, and I had to wait until Christmas to get Lance of Truth. I read that in the last few hours of 2013, and read the majority of Crown of Dreams in 2014. Anyway, Crown of Dreams was a very good book, it’s about Rhianna Pendragon-

I’ve done it.

I’ve finally done it.

I SHUT UP SPELLCHECK!!!!!! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!!!!!!!!!!

Anyway, I read another wierd (There’s not a red line under it. This is so… Refreshing.) book last week called Gangsta Granny by David Walliams. This author has written two other books I’ve read, Billionaire Boy and Ratburger, as well as getting Demon Dentist for Christmas, and I’ve noticed Gangsta Granny is a bit sadder than the others. I’m not gonna spoil it though.

Ok, so they’re the books I read last week. I don’t think it’ll be too much of a stretch to read 24 more this year.

Finally Spellcheck has Shut up…

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