Current reads

Boyne, John:
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

Brett, Paul V:
The Painted Man
The Desert Spear
The Daylight War

Chbosky, Stephen:
The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Collins, Suzanne:
The Hunger Games Trilogy

Dashner, James:
The Maze Runner
The Scorch Trials
The Death Cure
The Kill Order

Conan Doyle, Arthur:
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Flynn, Gillian:
Gone Girl

Golding, William:
Lord of the Flies

Goldman, William:
The Princess Bride

Green, John:
The Fault in Our Stars

Looking for Alaska
Paper Towns
An Abundance of Katherines
Will Grayson, Will Grayson
Let it Snow

Hobb, Robin:
Farseer Trilogy (3)
Ship of Magic Trilogy
Mad Ship Trilogy
Ship of Destiny Trilogy
Fool’s Assassin (Fitz and the Fool Trilogy p1)
The Tawny Man Trilogy (3)

Larsson, Stieg:
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – currently reading
The Girl Who Played with Fire
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest

Lawrence, Mark:
Prince of Thorns
King of Thorns
Emperor of Thorns

Lee, Harper:
To Kill a Mockingbird

Lewis, C.S.:
The Chronicles of Narnia Series

Martin, George RR :
A Song of Ice and Fire Series

Marsden, John:
The Tomorrow Series
The Ellie Chronicles: While I Live
The Ellie Chronicles: Incurable
The Ellie Chronicles: Circle of Flight

Paolini, Christopher:
Inheritance Cycle Series

Orwell, George:
The Road to Wigan Pier
Homage to Catalonia
Animal Farm
Nineteen Eighty-Four

Manson, Marilyn & Strauss, Neil:
The Long Hard Road Out of Hell

Riggs, Ransom:
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Hollow City

Roth, Veronica:
Divergent Trilogy

Rowell, Rainbow:
Eleanor & Park

Rowling, JK:
Harry Potter Series
The Casual Vacancy

Shelley, Mary:

Snicket, Lemony:
A Series of Unfortunate Events Series

Sugg, Zoe:
Girl Online

Tolkien, JRR:
The Hobbit
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
The Silmarillion

Zusak, Markus:
The Book Thief


7 thoughts on “Current reads”

    1. I enjoyed Eleanor & Park much more than I anticipated. I expected the book to be more of a romance novel and I was pleasantly surprised that the characters and storyline were realistic. The characters had faults that changed the way the storyline could’ve gone and I love reading that. What about you?

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      1. Yes! The realistic aspects of the characters shifted the dynamics and possibilities of the story. It was a refreshing read. Rowell committed to saying a lot without saying much. I appreciated that. But I do wish the Eleanor on the front cover would’ve been illustrated bigger in size.

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      2. Yes! That is a perfect way to say it! And the book I got had just their names on a red, blue and white cover… I just had a look ,at the other one and I do agree with you there, Eleanor does not fit the description in the book!

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      3. Just searched up the other cover. No wonder you thought this book would be a light, quirky read. Neither cover reveals the story’s grittiness and ugliness (the purposeful flaws). Plus, the silhouette figure of Eleanor, just as the redhead on the bus book cover, doesn’t resemble the person within the pages. Size doesn’t matter, but still.

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