What’s on my bookshelf? #2

Hi guys, today I am back with another What’s on my bookshelf? Let’s take a look…

From the left:

1. Jane Eyre – I’m not a huuuuuggggeee fan of this book..

2. DR Jekyll and Mr Hyde – I found this a bit dull and boring… 😴

3. Inferno – This is a chilling amazing book and film, and I definitely recommend this!!!

4. Kentucky Thriller – This is a Laura Marlin mystery book. It’s creepy, it’s chilling and a fun roller-coaster ride for all the crime and mystery lovers out there!

5. The Nancy Drew Series – An old classic series, which I’m sure you’ve heard of, which takes you on a spine tingling journey with mystery and adventure.

6. The Secret Garden – Okay, this is a really famous book, but to be honest, I actually don’t like this book. I find it dull and difficult to carry on reading, sorry to all the Secret garden fans!

7. The Anne Of Green Gables book set – I absolutely LOOOOVE Anne of Green Gables, it’s one of my favourites 😍😍😍😍

Thanks so much for reading, as usual, your thoughts are welcome down below πŸ‘‡ and feel free to tell me what’s on your bookshelf?

Phoenix πŸ’–

Published by H.R Phoenix, Author

H.R Phoenix is the owner and creator of Penable. She likes to inspire people to write and is an Author of a poetry book and the Penable magazine 2020. When she's not working on a short story or writing awesome Penable Posts, she enjoys spending time with her two cute kittens..

39 thoughts on “What’s on my bookshelf? #2

  1. Great books! ❀️I’m sorry you don’t like Jane Eyre, it’s not for everyone but I really like it! I’ve never read Inferno but, I did read The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown which is an amazing book so, I’m sure I’ll enjoy Inferno!!! Have you read The Da Vinci Code ?

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  2. I don’t think we have the same taste in booksπŸ˜‚…. I’ve never read any of those. My bookcase has the maze runner series (James Asher), the Crank series (Ellen Hopkins), flowers for Algeron (Daniel Keyes) and a ton of poetry and philosophy books.

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  3. I’ve enjoyed Dan Brown’s books, but I’ve borrowed them from the library. I was never interested in Anne of Green Gables, but I want to read the first book again and see if my taste has changed. I loved Nancy Drew!

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  4. I’ve only read The Da Vinci Code but, I really want to give the others a try!

    Like my favorite book ever? I don’t think I have a favorite because it’s too hard but, some of them are : Pride and Prejudice, The Outsiders and The Perks of Being a Wallflower! How about you ?

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  5. No I haven’t read either of themπŸ˜‚. I’ll look into reading them tho.
    To be honest, the movies are okay but not nearly as good as the books. They left a ton out. If you like the movies, you should definitely read them.

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  6. you’re welcome! There are five books in total…I will also look into reading some of the books you listed. Let me know what you think of them if you do read!πŸ’—

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  7. Hmm…
    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde… I remember seeing this movie sometime in my school days.. but cannot actually remember it that much… just the theme.. an i found it somewhat disgusting πŸ˜›

    Nancy Drew was a favorite during school days πŸ˜›

    Dan Brown – I have found Da Vinci Code the best among his books πŸ™‚

    Secret Garden – I read this book recently and I loved it .. but sad to know that you did not find it interesting 😦

    Thats all from this list I know 😦 Others are alien to me ..

    But currently reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.. am in love ❀ ❀ ❀

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