WhoDoneDidIt? #6BookishDegreesofSeparation

Inspired by the 6 Degrees of Separation meme hosted by Annabel Smith and Emma Chapman, I decided to recreate something similar with this month’s January’s Monthly Motif Reading Challenge theme. Link 6 Books in a Chain – starting with ✮ WhoDoneDidIt ✮ 

  1. The Bat by Jo Nesbo is the last mystery book I finished, and it kept me guessing about ✮ #WhoDoneDidIt ✮ until the very end.
  2. The mystery book I read before that, which coincidentally also kept me guessing, was The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins.
  3. It was a ✮ new book ✮ at the time, and I’m glad I didn’t wait to read it. I felt the same way about Uprooted by Naomi Novik.
  4. Uprooted is ✮ a book based on a fairytale ✮ and it was pretty darn awesome. So was Cinder by Marissa Meyer.
  5. I almost didn’t pick up Cinder because the book cover sucks – although it seems like a lot of people do like it. Another one where I ✮ liked the book but hated the cover ✮ is The Book of Phoenix by Nnedi Okorafor.
  6. For the past few year, at least on of my favorite reads have been from a ✮ book read in the month of December ✮ . Last year, it was The Book of Phoenix. The year before, it was The Girls at the Kingfisher Club by Genevieve Valentine.

So 6 books linked together by – whodonedidit – new – based on a fairytale – liked the book but hated the cover and books read in the month of December.

This will be a new monthly post the last Thursday of every month. The first link in the chain for next month will be ✮ NEW ✮ so feel free to join in and interpret how you wish … new book purchase … new to you author … newly published … new series.

There will be a linky on the next meme on February 25, 2016.

Have you read any of these books?

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  1. Totally agree about Cinders cover.

  2. Tasia

    Jan 29

    Fun! I did a six degrees of separation for my monthly motif check in! I love this idea…canʻt wait to do it every month.

    The Girl On the Train definitely kept me guessing as well. I only hope that they do the movie justice.

    Cinder and the rest of the Lunar Chronicles are some of my favorite fairy tale retellings. I wasnʻt a fan of the cover either, it didnʻt really capture my attention, but Iʻm glad that I picked it up.

  3. Kim@Time2Read

    Jan 28

    I haven’t finished the Cinder series but I’ve read the first one twice and will probably read it again before I pick up the rest of the series. I have to admit, I picked it up because I love the cover!

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