BOOKSHELF TOUR || MY READING LIST.

We all love our house but the most important thing in our house is our bookshelf. It’s our life. Our everything. So here I present to you a part of my soul, my tiny Horcruxes, my novels list.

Technically, this is my ultimate dream.

Hello everyone. Welcome to my blog: Magical Booklush.

On a special request from my good friend and a great blogger Kim (By Hook Or By Book Blog Owner) I present to you my bookshelf tour.

Note: I had a huge bookshelf but had to leave it back in Africa as I shifted to India but I brought the best with me. I will not be writing any summary or storyline or opinion as they will be reviewed in the upcoming blogs.

My bookshelf. List of books are given down below.

Already Read List :

These are novels that have been read since my childhood. Some of the novels are bought recently and have been reviewed.

Best novels on earth. If you haven’t tried them please, try them.
  • Big Bad Wolf by Nele Neuhaus.
  • Hold Tight by Harlan Coben.
  • I Shall Wear Midnight by Terry Pratchett. (Discworld series)
  • The Wilt Inheritance by Tom Sharpe.
  • Some By Fire by Stuart Pawson.
  • Capital Crimes by Jonathan and Faye Kellerman.
  • The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson.
  • Shadow of Power by Steve Martini.
  • Darkhouse by Alex Barclay.
  • All Short Stories and Novels of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
  • The Tales of Akbar and Birbal.
  • Capitol Murder by Phillip Margolin.
  • The Quest of the Missing Map by Carolyn Keene. (Nancy Drew Series)
  • Penumbra by Bhaskar Chattopadhyay.
  • Fairy Rescue By Gwyneth Rees.
  • Vidia and the Fairy Crown by Disney Official
  • Right Behind You by Neil D’Silva.
  • The Green Room by Nag Mani.
  • Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown.
  • Timeless Series of Vikram and Betaal.
  • Panchatantra Tales.
  • Instant Handwriting Analysis by Ruth Gardner.
  • Divergence by Tony Ballantyne.
  • City of Beasts by Isabel Allende.
  • A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. (gift)
  • The Core of Evil by Nigel McCrery.
  • Lost in a Good Book by Jasper Fforde.
  • The Godfather of Kathmandu by John Burdett.
  • The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy. (My very first novel. I started reading at the age of 6)

Classic Challenge Reading List (Finished Reading):

These are the novels that have been read for the classic challenge and have not yet been reviewed. Note: Treasure Island novel had many novels behind it.

These are the novels that will be reviewed on a weekly basis. (Finished reading)
  • Frankenstein by Mary Shelly. (gift)
  • Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka.
  • Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.
  • Animal Farm by George Orwell.

Future Reading List (To-Read List):

These are the classic challenge novels that gave to be read and reviewed. I have just bought them but I haven’t started them yet.

Books that have to be read and reviewed.
  • 1984 by George Orwell.
  • The Time Machine by H.G Wells.
  • The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald.
  • Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift. (gift)
  • The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Franke. (gift)
  • The Power of your Subconscious Mind by Dr Joseph Murphy. (gift)
  • Wuthering Heights by Emily BrontΓ«.
  • Jane Eyre by Charlotte BrontΓ«.
  • Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

So those are my books. Many of them have been reviewed and many are pending.

Hope you enjoyed looking through my collection.

That’s it for today.

Thank you for your valuable time. This is my wishlist.
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25 thoughts on “BOOKSHELF TOUR || MY READING LIST.

  1. Do you have a Twitter account? I could share all your posts with my Twitter followers.
    If you do, let me know, @beetleypete.

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    1. No, I don’t, sorry. I hate social media. It distracts me from studies and reading and got a board year too, so.. But you still can share it on your twitter. I have given the Twitter button.

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      1. OK, will do. πŸ™‚

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      2. Check again after refreshing. Just added those buttons. *WordPress glitch*

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      3. Done that, and left a comment. You are up late! πŸ™‚

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      4. Yes, I stay up to write a post because I study all day. And thank you again. Ahhh i am tired of thanking you. πŸ™‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€ͺ

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      5. No need, Suzan. Friends don’t need thanks. πŸ™‚

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      6. Aww, that’s so sweet of you.

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      7. I can’t find the Twitter button in your ‘share’, group. πŸ™‚

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      8. I have found it on other posts, so will retweet where possible. πŸ™‚

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      9. Thank you so much for your support. I will promote your blog too as soon as I get social media that I think will happen in forever🧐

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  2. I loved reading The Great Gatsby. There’s a great film of it too starring Robert Redford and Mia Farrow that was made in the 1970s. The more up-to-date one starring Leonardo Di Caprio cannot hold a candle to it.

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    1. Seen them both. I love both of the movies but I always feel reading the book has a better view than watching the movie. You know it gives you a detailed description of what it really is. A book is a book nothing can change that ever. Btw thank you so much for following me.

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      1. You’re welcome. Hope you gain some more followers via my blog.

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      2. I will if I am worth it. Btw if you have time can you visit my site and tell me if your review on my design and style? It will mean a lot. The harsh truth is accepted here. I just want to enhance my blog, you know to make it good enough for my viewers. Well if you can, it would be an honour.

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  3. Bravo Suzan! That is quite the collection! I love your photos and I’m so excited for your upcoming reviews, especially Pride & Prejudice and 1984. I see you’re also a Jasper Fforde fan. Have you read all the Thursday Next books? I ask because I sort of abandoned the series after the Well of Lost Plots, but I’ve been meaning to go back.

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    1. Thank you. I am excited to read them. I have just begun 1984 finished its part 1.
      The thing with Jasper Fforde books is that I purchased it when I was somewhat 8 years old. I didn’t know much. I was in a hurry so I took the first book but I didn’t know it was connected. I liked the novel but was somewhat confused although I want to try them too.

      If you start reading do inform me.

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      1. Wow! 8-years-old! No wonder you were confused.😁

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      2. I m still confused and I m 18 years old. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ but I think we should try them out. Hey, do your bookshelf tour? I wanna see your choices. Well if you can.

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      3. My husband and I recently moved and unfortunately I had to donate most of my print books to the library.

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      4. Ouchies. Well, I hope you liked my collection and I m waiting for your printed collection blog. Btw do you think I should do any changes on my website and blogging style? Just need a little help.

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      5. Thank you so much πŸ™‚βœŒ

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