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The Harry Potter Series
by: J.K. Rowling
I of course have to pick the Harry Potter series for a book that has fantastic dialogue and character interactions. I grew up with these characters, and I have and will always cherish and love them dearly. They are wonderfully developed and created, and even the “evil” characters have a special place in my heart! (Slytherin House \m/)
by: E. Latimer
I weirdly, but ever so obsessively, will always go for a YA/Fantasy book that is set in a winter world or where everything is frozen. Why? No idea. Maybe it’s the descriptive setting that the author gives me or the winter-like creatures that start to come out. OR maybe it’s the ever impending doom that at any minute my beloved characters could be trapped under a thick sheet of ice, never to be heard from or seen again. Maybe this has a connection to me liking Titanic? Rose just gave Jack the bird and let the m*****f***** drown. This could all be related.
Thirteen Reasons Why
by: Jay Asher
This has been a serious favorite of mine since I was in high school, and I have re-read it about 15 times since then. As readers, I think we can all agree that our goal is to connect with the author through their work. There are very few books that I have come across where I am captivated throughout the story while also dealing with a s***storm of emotions rushing through me. i love nothing better for an author to make me hurt or piss me off, and my oh my does Jay Asher do that every time I pick this book up.
One Hundred Years of Solitude
by: Gabriel Garcia Marquez
So this is by far one of the weirdest books I have ever read. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great book…but REALLY not my cup of tea. The book goes through 100 years of following the same family and showcases the endless mistakes they continue to make. Trust me, there are some fantastic themes throughout this story and the writing is INCREDIBLE. I just really couldn’t get past the endless amounts of incest…yeah, you heard me. I’ll just appreciate this one from afar.
The Hunger Games
by: Suzanne Collins
I cannot, for the life of me, remember who got me into reading this series but I was SO glad that they did. I ran through this series so quickly, I was ultimately depressed when it was over.
The Harry Potter Series
by: J.K. Rowling
I mean, I don’t think there is anything that needs to be said here.
The 1-800-Where-R-You Series
by: Meg Cabot
This series is seriously AMAZING! This is an example of another set of books that i have re-read countless times. The plot is amazing: you have mysteries that need to be solved, frightening events and murders, a dreamy book boyfriend, and a completely badass female lead. What more could you ask for?
by: Melissa Marr
This entire series has some amazingly beautiful covers!
by: Laurie Halse Anderson
This book was a really heart wrenching and emotional read, but I loved it. I read it years and years ago and only read it the one time, but it was a very memorable story. I think it was so enjoyable because everything about it, from the characters and scenarios, was all very relateable. I think it is such a great story to read as a young adult, it really gives you perspective.
All I am going to say is this: Rin Chupeco, because she is a psycho and I love her dearly.
by: Rainbow Rowell
I still have not read this book, but I feel like every book blogger, bookstagrammer, and book obsessed reader has. Maybe I haven’t read it yet because i don’t consider myself a “fangirl” and i have never really gotten THAT much into anything fictional as much as some of these girls have. Don’t get me wrong though, do your thing ladies…no judgment here. It’s just not for me. Maybe one day though…I will read this and enter your world 😉
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