It’s time for year three of Book Roast’s Magical Readathon. And it’s the first time I’ve taken part in the main event. You can find all the details for the 2020 OWLs here.
The idea of the readathon is to complete exams in order to achieve a career. This is the first part of the readathon, with the NEWTs following later in the year.
I’ll be studying to become a Hogwarts Professor, specifically in Arithmancy. When I was a kid I wanted to be a maths teacher, so seemed like a good fit!
I will be channeling my inner Hermione and trying to complete all the exams. But I’ll be starting off with the specific exams I need.
That’s enough rambling, on to my TBR.
Rules for Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson ★★★☆☆
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Released: 5th March 2020
I read an early copy of this via Pigeonhole. All opinions are my own.
Wow, these posts really help to show me I have a problem…
Some of these were direct gifts, others were purchased with gift cards.
*Sent for review
Book Subscription (Bert’s Books)
- A Dark Matter by Doug Johnstone – This follows funeral director and private investigator, a combination I haven’t come across before!
- Things in Jars by Jess Kidd – A Victorian sleuth, a seven foot tall housemaid, a ghost and an apothecary. This sounds super interesting. Plus a beautiful cover to boot.