Top 5 Wednesday: April Wrap-up!

Top 5 Wednesday is back in business! When I started my blog, I mentioned something called Top 5 Wednesday, which I struggled to keep up to date with on my BookTube channel. Therefore, I transferred the segment over here to my blog. To make it a little easier on myself, I decided to do Top 5 Wednesday's in a monthly wrap-up format, which you may see me also do for Tuesday Talks. Let's trial it for now and see how it goes hey?

April brings us these topics:

1st - Favourite Jokester Characters

8th - Books You Wanted to Start Yesterday

15th - Most Frustrating Characters

22nd - Books That Feature Traveling (any genre)

29th - Favourite Series Endings

1st April 2015: Favourite Jokester Characters

5) Rudy Steiner (The Book Thief)

4) Carswell Thorne (The Lunar Chronicles)

3) Haymitch Abernathy (The Hunger Games)

2) Ronald Weasley (Harry Potter)

1) Tyrion Lannister (ASOIAF - Game of Thrones)

8th April 2015: Books you wanted to start yesterday

5) The Girl on the Train - Paula Hawkins

4) Foulsham - Edward Carey

3) The Mortal Instruments Series - Cassandra Clare

2) Ready Player One - Ernest Cline

1) Under My Skin - James Dawson

15th April 2015: Most Frustrating Characters

5) Bran Stark (ASOIAF - Game of Thrones)

4) Sonny Baudelaire (ASOUE)

3) Thomas (The Maze Runner)

2) Daniel (Fallen Series)

1) Luce (Fallen Series)

22nd April 2015: Books that feature Travelling (any genre)

5) If I Stay - Gayle Forman 
This is more like a spiritual kind of travelling. Read the book, you'll get it!

4) Heap House - Edward Carey
Travelling through those awful heaps and that maze of a house!

3) The Lunar Chronicles - Marissa Meyer
SPACE...enough said.

2) Fallen Series - Lauren Kate
Time travelling is so cool...that is all.

1) A Song of Ice and Fire Series (A Game of Thrones) - George RR. Martin
Where don't they travel to? Kings Landing, Winterfell, The Wall, beyond the wall, Harrenhal, The Eyrie, Braavos, Meereen. ALL OVER!

29th April 2015: Favourite Series Endings

5) The Vampire Diaries - L.J Smith
(This is kind of cheating since the last one I read was Return: Midnight, which isn't officially the end but shush it was good)

4) The End - Lemony Snicket (A Series of Unfortunate Events)

3) Mockingjay - Suzanne Collins

2) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - J.K Rowling

1) The Color Purple - Alice Walker
(I cheated again, since this isn't a series but none of you picked up on it, WINK WINK)

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