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Weekly Roundup #17


My ‘Weekly Roundup’ is where I share the books I have received in the past week, whether bought, gifted, borrowed etc.


  • Doctor Who: Night of the Humans (Doctor Who: New Series Adventures #38) by David Llewellyn – I absolutely love Doctor Who. And this was 15p in a local charity shop. Why would I not buy it?!

From the publisher

  • The Fault in our Stars by John Green – I applied for a free copy of this from The Reading Room and received a parcel from the publisher the other day. Thank you Penguin Books! I want to read this one soon, but I don’t want to read it on my long bus journey tomorrow – I don’t really want to cry in public.


And that’s it for this week! What have you received to read?

7 thoughts on “Weekly Roundup #17”

  1. I commend you for your good taste , Doctor Who is fantastic. I still have not read any of the books though cause I am a little afraid that it won’t stand up to the sheer amazingness of the tv series.

    1. It certainly is! It’s funny, I can imagine EXACTLY how Matt Smith as the Doctor would deliver the lines in the book, which certainly brings it to life. And although the books aren’t as exciting as the series, they’re fun reads =) Definitely worth it for fans if you can pick any of them up, and you want a bit of a Who fix. I’ve been rewatching all the episodes lately, and still want more, so this is a good alternative =DThanks for commenting!

  2. Ooh looking forward to reading what you think of the books! Especially the Doctor Who one. Lucky you to live in the UK and see the DW books in charity shops! I’d be shocked if I saw it here in California!

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