Goodreads Monday | TBR Highlights #3

Goodreads Monday is created by Laura Page Turner. It’s a weekly meme that encourages you to post a book you’re excited to read from your Goodreads TBR!


The Haunting of Aveline Jones by Phil Hickes

Goodreads Synopsis

Aveline Jones loves reading ghost stories, so a dreary half-term becomes much more exciting when she discovers a spooky old book. Not only are the stories spine-tingling, but it once belonged to Primrose Penberthy, who vanished mysteriously, never to be seen again. Intrigued, Aveline decides to investigate Primrose’s disappearance.

Now someone… or something, is stirring. And it is looking for Aveline.

Turn on your torches, and join Aveline Jones in her first charmingly spooky mystery, from debut author Phil Hickes.

This is why I wish spooky season is just a little bit longer, there are so many spooky books to read lol. Do you think you’ll be adding it to your TBR?


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Published by jawahirthebookworm

Hello I’m Jawahir the bookworm, a lost twenty-something year old bookish blogger who enjoys her books with a cup of strong coffee; milk no sugar no cream.

3 thoughts on “Goodreads Monday | TBR Highlights #3

  1. Ooh, man I love spooky stories. Like, I like when they sort of creep me out but aren’t too scary. Just by this cover… is this middle grade? I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by a cover, but…is it? I usually read YA books in general but I think I enjoy when the spooky books are middle grade…I don’t know why.

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