Reviews: Counting Down

Hello everybody! Today, I have another set of reviews to share with you, this time with all the books having a number in their title, which I’ve had a lot of fun reading over the past few weeks. Onto the post!


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Ten Books With Numbers in the Title

Hello everybody! How is October please?! Today, I’m once again taking part in Top Ten Tuesday and the theme today is books with numbers in the title- some of which I’ve read and some which I have not yet. Onto the post!


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#sixforsunday : Books With Numbers in the Title

Hello everybody!

Today, I’m once again linking up with Steph’s #sixforsunday meme, for my last post with this of the year (as the December themes are mainly things I already have planned for blogmas which I can’t narrow down to just 6 books!). I really hope it comes back next year though; the prompts are brilliant!

Onto to the books!


Take Two by Perdita and Honor Cargill– this is the 2nd book in the Waiting for Callback trilogy, and if anything I loved it even more than the first! It takes place on theStraker movie set and follows Elektra’s mishaps and misadventures there. 

The 13 Series by Michelle Harrison
– this is a dark middlegrade fantasy/magical realism wuth faeries much darker than the Rainbow Magic ones, and I think they’re really enjoyable. Red/Rowan is such a good character in particular, and I really like Oberon the dog!

One False Note by Gordon Korman
– this is the 2nd in my beloved 39 Clues series (I think I might write a post on why everyone should read these in the New Year…), and it takes Dan and Amy’s clue hunt to Austria.


First Class Murder by Robin Stevens
– this is a superb murder mystery set on the Orient Express, and Daisy and Hazel decide to investigate. This book introduced fellow sleuth Alexander and Hazel’s dad Mr Wong,  both of whom I love, and Daisy and Hazel are as awesome as ever.

The Crooked Sixpence by Jennifer Bell
– this is the first book of the Uncommoners trilogy, which takes place in the phenomenal world of Lundinor.


Take Two by Sienna Mercer-
and for a bit of symmetry, I’m going to finish the post off with another Take Two. This one is the 5th in the My Sister the Vampire series,  and features Olivia and Ivy on a film set. It’s one of my favourites of the series, especially as it introduces Olivia’s love interest Jackson. I REALLY must get round to rereading this series soon; if not all then at least the first few.


What books with numbers in the title do you love? What do you think of my choices? Are anyon your TBR? Let me know in the comments or on Twitter @GoldenBooksGirl!

Amy xxx

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