Friday, 6 November 2015

My Top Five Favourite Reads


Hello people! First of all sorry if the quality of the picture is rubbish but by the time I get home from school it's quite dark so it's so annoying to take photos. I have also decided to make a schedule for my blog, Mondays are for beauty posts, Wednesdays lifestyle, Fridays are Books and Sundays whatever I feel like. I hope that this sits well with you guys, if not well tough luck 'cos that is how it's going to be for now. So yeah today is friyay, and we gonna talk books. 

When picking the books for this post I didn't want to choose the same kind of book all the time, most of them are young adult reads but there not the same kind of genres, there is something for everyone.I am also not going to go into massive depth with the books as a couple of them I've wrote full length reviews on and if you want to read them I will link them! 

First up is the prequel to Divergent, Four by Veronica Roth which is written in the perspective of character Tobias/Four (main male role). Most of the book is the time before Tobias met Tris which I love because you get a better understanding of Tobias as a person before Tris which you don't get in the trilogy. It's an action with a sprinkle of romance at the end, which you cannot go wrong with in my opinion.

Abundance of Katherine's, one of John Greens masterpieces, is such a feel good book and it is one of my favourite books from Mr Green. I loved how it was one of those books you don't have to concentrate really hard on and you can just relax and enjoy it. I did a full review on John Green and his books here. This books shows two young boys go on a road trip of a lifetime and they discover there is other girls in this universe that aren't named Katherine.

Next up is the only Non-fiction book I own, I know It's bad. The further adventures of an idiot abroad is one of the funniest books I have ever read, I love Karl Pilkington therefore I wasn't surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. It's basically like a diary he keeps while filming the show, so it's a bit extra information and like behind the scenes basically.

I'll give you the sun by Judy Nelson may possibly be my favourite book, which is a big deal because I love every book I've ever read in its own individual way. However this book just did something to me, I literally sat there for 10 minutes silent after I'd read it trying to take it in. I wrote a full review of this magnificent book here. It's a beautiful romance and friendship book about two twins who go through so much things and surprisingly come out the other end happy. I so recommend you read this!

Last but not least is All the bright places by Jennifer Niven This book will take you on such an emotional journey, My mum read it from cover to cover and loved it. I reviewed it here. This post is my most viewed so there might be chance you will enjoy it! The book involves mental health issues which I think is a good thing because it doesn't romanticise it and shows just how gritty and devastating it can be.

Thank you for reading guys, I really hoped you enjoyed it and I'd love to hear what your favourite books are in the comments. 

Emily
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  1. Im currently reading All the bright places and its so good!

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