Top 5 Tuesday: books with bones

Hey, guys!
It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for a bookish favorites post. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Meeghan over on Meeghan Reads and is quite simple: check out the topic and write a post with your picks.
For the final T5T post this month we’re going to look at some books that have bones on the cover!

#1 Skulduggery Pleasant

First up, I present not just bones, not just an entire skeleton – but a skeleton that moves and talks and does magic! I picked up the Skulduggery Pleasant after a friend recommended them to me and I ended up loving them so much!

#2 Kingdom of the Wicked

Fun fact, there is also a Skulduggery Pleasant book titled Kingdom of the Wicked. I randomly ended up reading both the Kerri Maniscalco book as well as the Skulduggery one at the same time!
I quite enjoyed this one, but I still need to pick up the sequel – is the third part of the trilogy out yet? I think I want to wait for that so I can just finish the series in one go without having to wait another year for the finale.

#3 The Bone Witch

I haven’t read this one yet but I did love another book from Rin Chupeco, so I’m sure I would enjoy this one too. Also, I have one simple rule: if there are witches, I’m in.

#4 Glorious Poison

Speaking of sequels I need to get to! This is actually the finale of a trilogy and I only ever read the first book – which I enjoyed tremendously!

#5 A Thousand Bones (Cover of the German Edition)

This is a book I was randomly gifted on a birthday. I specifically remember packing it as reading material (along with a bunch of other books – oh, the struggles of pre-e-reader times lol) for a holiday and sitting by the beach reading it. Well, I did not like the book at all, but I can vividly recall the cover!

What’s your favorite book with bones on the cover? Let me know in the comments!

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