I didn’t really feel like writing a whole post on the books I read every month, because that just felt like too much pressure and I didn’t like writing reviews either. I just never really know what to write in them. However I do love my books and sometimes I want to post about them. So I’ve decided start posting my books in this way.
Secrets for the mad – Dodie (5/5)
I really wanted to read this books, because Dodie is one of my favourite YouTubers/Artists. It was a very good book with important messages. The separate story made it easy to read quickly before doing having to leave or do something else.
The upside of unrequited – Becky Albertalli (5/5)
The first time I read this book I just thought it was alright. It was definitly Becky’s style and that really was the only part that made me like it. After giving it another chance this time I figured out it was acutally an amazing book an I wonder why I didn’t notice the last time I read it.
The lunar chronicles – Marissa Meyer (4/5)
Only high rates so far, but this series was the absolute best. Eventhough I disliked most characters, the plot made up for all of that. They were all retellings, but the story was so unique and fun that I couldn’t notice.
The maze runner series – James Dashner (3/5)
Not really the best distopian series ever, but not bad either. Just a fun read, but wouldn’t have missed it if I didn’t. I just wish there was a little more background information on WICKED and the rest of the world.
Divergent series + film novelle – Veronica Roth (4/5)
Another reread, but this time I was a little disappointed. I mostly think this used to be my favourite series because it was one of the first ones I had read. I’m not saying it was bad, I just think I growed a little to old for it.
The selection series – Kiera Cass (4/5)
Final to last reread, I just really wanted to read the stories I had forgotten about again. The selection again is not the best series, but it’s fun to read about the lives of rich people. It got more interesting because of the rebels, so it didn’t bore me.
The art of being normal – Lisa Willamson (5/5)
At first I didn’t know if this book was offensive, but the ending was beautiful and that made up for it all. It difficult to write about the subject without making it offensive, so it was a nice surprise.
Leah on the off beat – Becky Albertalli
Best book ever! Not much more to say about it to be honest. Everything that’s important and should be talked about is in it and still it is so fun to read. Much love to Becky.