My Favourite Books #2

Hey, beautiful! Today, I decided to update a post I did a while ago, and that is ‘My Favourite Books’.

The writing was horrible, and the content was just straight up shit, so I decided to make another one, and I think I’ll be doing this again sometime soon again.

I think you might enjoy another post of mine where I talk about the Last 3 Books I Read. But other than that, I think I’ll just get into the post.

  • Looking for Alaska by John Green

I don’t know what took me so long to read this book, like I literally am in love with this book.

The story is just so captivating and the whole moral is just so deep.

The plot twist was just so unexpected, so unexpected that when it happened I actually had to stop reading and take a little moment to cry out for a second.

I recommend this to anyone who likes YA, and contemporary books. This was just such an amazing read, and I totally give it a 5/5!

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  • Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

This was so good.

Those are the only words to describe this. Like if your read the book, you know that the ending is just so AHHH!

And throughout the book you can see the character growth and development, which is what I love about this.

It is also not a cheesy love story, it actually has some depth into it: pain, suffering, but love conquers all.

I give this a 5/5, as with all the books I will mention here.


  • The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

This was just amazing!

This book got me into thriller books. period. I have no words to describe how good this is.

Read this fucking book! Is all I can really muster out.

The whole plot just seems to suck me into this whole different world, and I really want to reread this soon. That’s how good it is.

In this book, think if everything you wouldn’t expect then expect that, because the plot twist is just so, WOW! When you read this, you won’t be able to stop until you reach the back.

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