One thing about me is that I am a total sucker for a good read. I have decided to pick out my favourite reads from over the years and share them with you.
My favourite book of all time is Love, Rosie (Where Rainbows End) by Cecelia Ahern. I read this book about a year ago and fell in love. I love a gripping book that I have to be forced to put down and this book is 100% one of those. The storyline is beautiful and it showcases an extraordinary friendship between two people and how it blossoms even when it faces certain obstacles along the way. I would definitely recommend this as a summer read.
Another one of my favourites is the classic The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. This book is beautifully written and the authorship is fantastic. This book follows two teens suffering from different forms of cancer and displays their struggles together and alone. If you want an emotional read then I suggest this book as it tugs on your heartstrings throughout.
My third suggestion is Billy and Me by Giovanna Fletcher. I love Giovanna and reading one of her books was one of my greatest choices, they are phenomenal. This was yet another book that I was forced to put down. Billy and Me follows two characters who have very different lifestyles and end up combing into one and Giovanna conveys their struggles to keep up with one another.
My fourth book is The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. This book follows a socially awkward boy who faces an array of new experiences and challenges and shows how he deals with his first attempts onto new territory. This book is in the form of a letter and diary entry which makes it so easy to read and I love the style.
My final book is Girl Online by Zoe Sugg AKA Zoella. I was gifted this book for my birthday by a close friend who knew I watched Zoe's videos online. The book is a great one for younger readers and is well structured for both a younger and teenage readership. This book follows yet again two people who cross paths and find many struggles throughout the chapters; showing how a leap of faith may not always be such a bad thing.
I hope you enjoy looking through my top five suggestions and you may even decide to give them a read yourself!
Lots of love,