Book Lists, Top 5 Tuesday

|| Top 5 Tuesday | Fab Books With Less Than 300 Pages ||

If you aren’t aware Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah over at Bionic Book Worm. As you can tell from the title, this weeks topic is books with less than 300 pages.

This was a little tough, however let’s dive straight in…

Every Heart A Doorway by Seanan McGuire




174 pages – I only read this last month and I did really enjoy it, I was left slightly deflated as I wanted more. However, I’m starting the second in the series this month so fingers crossed I enjoy it just as much!

Injections of Insanity by Lorraine Mace





221 pages – You all know how much I enjoy this series, I want to shout about it to anyone who will listen. Click here for the review.

The House at the End of Hope Street by Menna van Praag 




293 pages – Now, I know that you may be shocked to see a book like this, I actually read this 3 years ago as it was the free book of the week on iBooks and I couldn’t sleep. I gave this 5 stars, I absolutely loved it and it was crazily unexpected as it is magical realism.

The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson





292 pages – I absolutely love Jon Ronson, I need him to write more! This is my favourite one as I am really interested in the psychology of our minds and criminals. Jon Ronson makes non-fiction so interesting.

The Summer Children by Dot Hutchison



292 pages – This is the third book in The Collector series, it wasn’t as good as the first one but it definitely is a solid read! Has anyone read this series? It was a trilogy, however, a fourth book has recently been released and I’m too nervous to read it in case it spoils how the trilogy ended.


What 5 books would you pick for this topic?

See you in the next one…

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