Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell // Booktalk-Discussion with BethBooks






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Another video's up. This one's a discussion video on Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. I hope you like it!




Beth xx

Thursday, 19 February 2015

Bookshelf Tour // 2015 Edition






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I posted another video! I'll be posting two new videos each week, on a Wednesday and a Thursday, hopefully. I hope you  guys like this! And also, if you have any ideas of videos I could make, please let me know!

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

My (Completed) Series!






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So I've decided to bring back this blog. Isn't that great? But I will mainly be using it with my new youtube channel. I just posted the first video, so please, pretty please, go and watch it! Like, comment, subscribe, if you want to. It would mean a lot to me...




Thanks guys. I'll probably post again when I post a new video!




Beth (BethBooks)

Saturday, 30 August 2014

Can't Be Bothered

I can't be bothered with this... But I will probably update my blog/journal/diary on Goodreads though... Here's a link to it if you want to read it!

https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/1747326-beth-s-journaly-type-thingo


Sorry guys...

Beth xx

Monday, 11 August 2014

I'M ONLY 2 DAYS LATE!

Sowweeeeee.... But hey, 2 days is pretty good!

I haven't been able to read much the last few weeks, so I only have 2 for you today...

Four: A Divergent Story Collection by Veronica Roth: Um, okay, I would recommend to both genders, ages 11-16. Obviously, you would probably enjoy this if you've read the Divergent trilogy, also by Veronica Roth.

And lastly :(

Unhinged by A.G Howard: I would recommend this book to both genders, age 11-15. I think you would enjoy this if you liked Alice in Wonderland, but wanted it to be more dark and scary.

Monday, 14 July 2014

I Went Away, Don't Kill Me!

Hey guys!

As I said in the title thingo, I went away for a whule, which is why I haven't posted anything. But I'm back now, so hopefully I can get back into a fortnightly basis.

First up is: The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan: I would recommend this book to both genders age 9-15. Obviously, if you read and enjoyed any of the PJO/HOO books, you will probably enjoy this one!

FrostBite by Richelle Mead:  I would recommend this book to both genres (though girls may enjoy it more) and ages 11 or 12 - 17 or 18. If you enjoyed Looking For Alaska by John Green or liked the idea of the satyrs (but more badass) from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians/Heroes of Olympus series, then I think you'd like this book.


Bright Angel by Isabelle Merlin: I would recommend this book to both genders and age 11-18. I think you would like this if you enjoy serious stories, with some funny times.


The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan: See my recommendation for The Lost Hero...


The Tomorrow Code by Brian Falkner: I would recommend this book to both genders, and ages 11-16. I think you would like it if you can think about things in a way you wouldn't normally think of them, and like to read a book, and then think for a long time.


Splintered by A.G Howard: I would recommend this book to both genders, age 11-15. I think you would enjoy this if you liked Alice in Wonderland, but wanted it to be more dark and scary.


Fallen by Lauren Kate: I would recommend this book to girls (mostly, though boys may like it) and ages 11-17. I think you would enjoy it if you like angels, and love triangles. If you don't like love triangles, I suggest you don't read it...


I'm Currently Reading And Will Review Next Time: Unhinged by A.G Howard and Torment by Lauren Kate.


See ya next time xx

Monday, 23 June 2014

Sowwe I've Been Away, But I'm Back!

Hey guys,

So I've sorta not updated this in a while, but I've been swamped by homework and reports and school and stuff... But I'm back now! So let's get on with the recommendations!

Book Number 1 Is....

Only The Good Spy Young (Gallagher Girls # 4) By Ally Carter: I would recommend this book for girls age 11-15. I think if you read and enjoyed books such as EJ12 Girl Hero, you may like this older version of the girl spy scene!

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green: I would recommend this book to 11+ and to both genders. I think you would enjoy this if you enjoyed Looking For Alaska, but thought it was a bit too deep and you're looking for a light, fun read.

City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments #6) by Cassandra Clare: I LOVED THIS BOOK! But I can't believe TMI is actually over... Anyways, I would recommend this book to both genders, age 11-17. Obviously, read this if you've read any of the TMI/TID books.

Horse Mad Whispers (Horse Mad #7) by Kathy Helidoniotis: I would recommend this book to age 8-12 girls. I think you would enjoy this if you like horses, and/or horse riding.

Horse Mad Forever (Horse Mad #8) by Kathy Helidoniotis: See recommendation above.

Out of Sight, Out of Time (Gallagher Girls #5) by Ally Carter: See recommendation for OtGSY.

United We Spy (Gallagher Girls #6) by Ally Carter: I read all of these books recently, and I didn't want it to end. I'm going to miss these characters heaps. And for the recommendation, take a look at OtGSY.

Paper Towns by John Green: I would recommend this book to both genders, age 11+. I think you would enjoy this if you enjoy reading YA mystery, but with romance.

I Am Currently Reading, And Will Do Recommendations For Next Time: The Host by Stephanie Meyer, Splintered by A.G Howard, The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan, Frostbite by Rachel Mead and One False Note by Gordon Korman.

See ya next time

Beth xx