Top 5 Wednesday-Winter Recs.

Hello Bookends, it’s Wednesday so you know what that means! Another Top 5. This is a weekly meme created by Gingerreadslainey  and you can find out all the information on the goodreads page. This week we are giving our top 5 winter recommendations. Many of these are classics which everyone reads in winter and there is one where the title reminds me of winter and then the other one is really obvious. If you click on the titles of the books you will be taken to the book’s goodreads page. Anyway without any more ramling let me get to the Top 5.

5. Wintergirls by Laurie Anderson

I am going to recommend this as a winter book because of the obvious, it’s title. Even though this book can be read at any time of year, the mood of the book will be amplified if it is read in winter.

4. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

This is a classic winter book to read. It revolves around a land which has been cast in an eternal winter.

3. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Another classic book, this one showing how important it is to not be greedy and be companionate.

2. The Book Thief by Markus Zukas

This book is based in winter months, hence why it is on this list. This is also a really long book which I feel like it would be a great book to read in the winter.

  1. My True Love Gave to Me edited by Stephanie Perkins
This is a book with 12 contemporary holiday stories. This is a great book to cuddle up by the fire with.
That is all for my Top 5, I hope you enjoyed reading it. If you would like to see what I am reading daily friend me on goodreads. Thanks for reading.

 

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