20 July 2014

SUMMER READING






When I was younger I read so much I loved anything written by Jacqueline Wilson and Roald Dahl but once my exams started two years ago I forgot about how much I enjoyed reading so this summer I made myself buy some books and simply read. I began reading The fault in Our Stars as I kept seeing the book cover everywhere so I wanted to see what the hype was about and it was defiantly worth the hype. The book didn't make me shed a tear the film most defiantly did!

Another author I have become obsessed with is Cecelia Ahern her books are beautifully written and if you didn't already know she wrote P.S I Love You which was then created into a film. Cecelia has ten books which I am currently making my way through , my favourite so far would have to be How to Fall to Love a romantic tale which I was griped to and in autumn another film will be released Love Rosie all thanks to Cecelia Ahern.

I love reading and ever since I  sat myself the task to read more I have fallen back in love with reading and can't wait to find some new books and authors that I love.

What have you been reading? Any suggestions ? 
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  1. I've also started reading again too and forgot how much I loved it too! I jused to bbe obsessed with them when I was younger - still am! I've read 'Fault in our Stars' which has been made into a film, and if you enjoyed that, 'Me Before You' is something similar (it gets better half way, in my opinion!) and I love Khalad Hossini's book too! #GirlBoss is another I've noticed a lot of people are enjoyed too!

    WISH UPON A SMILE

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    1. I have seen girlboss around a lot too looks really good I will check out your recommendations

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  2. I find my motivation to read during school is just zero, especially since I'm staring at words all day my eyes get too tired to focus on a book before bed. These holidays I tore through a lot of books and I feel so happy about it! I would recommend Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell or We Were Liars by e. Lockhart, I finished both recently and enjoyed them!

    nueyork.blogspot.com

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    1. I agree its the last thing you want to look at after school

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  3. I loved reading the fault in our stars. I was exactly the same as you - the book barely made me shed a tear, but when I watched the film I cried my eyes out!

    Libby
    www.lifeoflibby.co.uk
    xxx

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    1. I think the visualises of the film made me cry plus I knew what was to come

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  4. TFioS was the best- the movie made me cry so hard, even though the book didn't really (though it was still amazing!)

    LES CAROUSELS

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    1. I cried so much I felt drained after

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  5. I cried at the book for The Fault in Our Stars! I recommend any John Green book, i love them so much
    love victoriajanex
    xx

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    1. I think I am going to check out some more of his books they are so good

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  6. Oh how I cried for Fault in Our Stars! If you like John Green, I recommend his 'Looking For Alaska' - I demolished that book, it was so ggod! I've heard great things about Rainbow Rowell's 'Fangirl'. I just finished 'Carrie' by Stephen King - so, so scary! and 'Gone Girl' - which I loved! Nothing like catching up on reading in the summer months! x

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    1. I've heard about looking for Alaska apparently it is going to be a film too I think it will be my next book thank you for the recommendations

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  7. I really miss reading. I go through phases where I seem to work my way through heaps of books then I don't read for ages, wish I could just integrate it into my routine properly. Glad you read The Fault In Our Stars, it's a great book!

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    1. im the same but once im reading a book I go through it so quick

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  8. Oh man, I used to read SO much when I was younger too!! Then school homework & exams & studying started piling up and I started reading more textbooks & magazines... good on you for trying to read more books! I am too again! :) The last really good one I read was called Girls In White Dresses by Jennifer Close - such a good, relatable post-Uni book!

    Cat ♥ CACHOO JOO

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    1. yes once my work got a lot heavier I couldn't find the time and I was far too tired

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