Book-Monday: Bookmarked Books

I have quite a few books I want to read, and apparently I am reading a few at the same time. Today I am going to talk about the books that I currently have bookmarks in that aren’t University related.

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I’ve been trying to get through the Narnia books and Plague for at least a year now. I always find something else to read. Harry Potter is a re-read and Nothing to Envy is the one I’m most actively reading at the moment.

It’s the first book I’m reading on North Korea and it is incredibly interesting.

2016-03-2813I haven’t read Plague in so long, I hope I can still remember what is happening without having to reread the whole book. I have all the books in the series, but I am struggling so much to finish it. I struggled to read the book before this one, so its no surprise getting through this one is taking ages.

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I love the headings in this book and the short little sections about the places. I got this when I still lived in Germany and I can’t believe its taken me so long to pick it up and read it.

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I can’t even remember where or how I got my hands on this one. It’s a Harry Potter one, so naturally, I love it.

I really love these bookmarks from Etsy, and I really want the Remus Lupin one. But my wallet says no, so ~

2016-03-28 123The bookmark here I actually picked up in Germany years ago from the looks of it.

I only took some photos of the prettier bookmarks and the pages I’m on. I hope to finish Nothing to Envy and The Visitors Companion to Tudor England before I have to go back to Uni, so I can focus on some of the other books I have to read.


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