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New Kindle Additions – Classics and Disney


On top of buying far too many books this month (which I’ll show you in a later book haul), I have downloaded quite a few onto my kindle. This ‘quite a few’ actually amounts to 22 books but nearly all of them were free, kindle unlimited, or super cheap.

I obviously picked a good day to be browsing the kindle store!


Anyway, as this is going to be a long post, let’s get started:


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Image result for the wind in the willows bookImage result for grimm's fairy stories

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Cosy Chick-Lit:

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Dystopia/ Retellings/ Fantasy etc…

Image result for the midnight queen bookImage result for 2084 bookImage result for witch is when it all began

Image result for the song risingImage result for the mime order

(Actually reading The Song Rising at the time I am writing this. The kindle copy was necessary since I couldn’t fit my hardback in my bag when going out and about, and it is too good to leave for a considerable amount of time.)

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And that is it!

All 22 books.

When am I going to read them? Who knows, but they’ll be there when I am in the mood for them. Although with the number of books I’m using for Disney blog research at the moment, I might end up reading those first.

Anyway, I’ll be back soon with my physical book haul for the month of May. Let’s say the resolution I set for myself at the beginning of the year is failing fast!

Thanks for reading and have a good day!



4 thoughts on “New Kindle Additions – Classics and Disney”

    1. I’ve been meaning to read The Great Gatsby for a while but I’ve never picked it up. I’ve seen the film and I thought that was okay, but I didn’t really understand it that well so I want to read the book to get my head around the story.

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      1. It probably is. The book is also short as well so it could be one of those classics that I get through pretty quickly.

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