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What I'm Currently Reading

Posted by JustNotNormal from Cardiff - Published on 16/05/2013 at 09:59
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  • Skyfall

Sorry I haven't put anything up in a while, I've been reading and writing a lot.

1. The Gone series by Michael Grant
I read the first book a while ago, but now have access to the rest of the series and can tell you from experience that the rest of the books are as good as the first! Which is really good, just in case you haven't read it.

2. The Percy Jackson series and the Heroes Of Olympus series by Rick Riordan
RavenclawDauntlessMockingjay told me to read these and I am so glad she did! They are really funny and entertaining and they are one of my favourite series now.

3. City Of The Falling Sky by Joseph Evans
I read this a while ago but recently read it again. The author works in Waterstone's in town and will sign books for you!

4. Being Billy by Phil Earle
I got this at the Hay Festival last year, and I love it! It's a really sad and amazing story.

Please try and read these books as they are all amazing! I will probably do some more creative stuff soon. Bye!

If you enjoy reading why not get involved with the Reading Power Book Club? It's an online book club for young people in Cardiff and involves Reading PowerCardiff LibrariesCardiff CouncilTheSprout and you!

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