Monday, 21 December 2015

Contemporary books

Contemporary books

  • A Monster Calls- Patrick Ness (Get the one that is illustrated because the pictures and words together are truly beautiful)
  • Aristotle and Dante discover the secrets of the Universe - Benjamin Alire Saenz (Just really great and just really real.)
  • A Royal Match - Tyne O'Connell (Read it again and again, funny and great if you go to boarding school)
  • A swift pure cry - Siobhan Dowd (SO MUCH BEAUTY)
  • Back Home - Michelle Magorian (Great war time story)

  • Don't look Back - Jennifer L. Armentrout (Amazing thriller/crime, completely hooked and DID NOT GUESS 'WHO DONE IT'?! HOLY MOLY)
  • Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell (She knows the feels)
  • If I stay - Gayle Forman (It was good before and after the movie)
  • Normal (the whole series) -Danielle Pearl (Summer read...absoloutely perfect when in a book hangover...ditto anything by Danielle Pearl)
  • Paper Towns - John Green (We all kinda want to be Margo kinda don't)
  • Panic - Lauren Oliver (My little heart was racing throughout)

  • Lacey's Story: Skinniness is next to Goddessness - Julia Keanini
  • The book theif - Markus Zusak (Dear Lord you need to go there if you think you're emotionally ready)
  • The fault in our stars - John Green (I read this way before the movie CLAIM TO FAME)
  • The One dollar horse - Lauren St John (not your average girly horsey book)
  • The time Traveller's wife - Audrey Niffenegger (So So Great and original)

  • 13 reasons why - Jay Asher (I WAS HERE WAY BEFORE THE TV SHOW...although watch the TV show too because IMPORTANT)

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