Friday five: Books I want to read in 2019

Joost started with the idea of friday five. Every week there is a certain theme, where a few bloggers write there top five about. I don’t participate every time, I just pick my favorite topics. Last week I wrote about books I want to read that are coming out in 2019 and this weeks it’s about older books.

23447923The inexplicable logic of my life – Benjamin Alire Sáenz
The first day of senior year:
Everything is about to change. Until this moment, Sal has always been certain of his place with his adoptive gay father and their loving Mexican-American family. But now his own history unexpectedly haunts him, and life-altering events force him and his best friend, Samantha, to confront issues of faith, loss, and grief.
Suddenly Sal is throwing punches, questioning everything, and discovering that he no longer knows who he really is—but if Sal’s not who he thought he was, who is he? Continue reading

Advertisements

Friday five: My bookish resolutions for 2019

(Almost) every week I participate in The friday five. A little while ago Joost asked if there were any bloggers who’d like to join him in doing this and I said I did. The first subject of 2019 is my bookisch resolutions for this year, which fits well with the resolutions theme this week. Let me know your bookish resolutions!

DSC_0956.JPG

Read 25 books
I’ve read a hundred books in 2018, so I must read twentyfive very easily. I just don’t want to put too much pressure on myself to get to a goal, while I’m busy with college and hopefully a new job. Continue reading

Friday five: Best books I’ve read in 2018

(Almost) every week I participate in The friday five. A little while ago Joost asked if there were any bloggers who’d like to join him in doing this and I said I did. This week the subject is:Best books of 2018. How hard is it to only pick my five favorites out of 100 reads…. Well this took some thinking.

Dear Martin – Nic Stone
After reading The hate you give, I totally got why it got hyped as much as it did. That was until I read Dear Martin, because this book deserved to be hyped even more that Thug did. This book had much more of an impact on me. Continue reading

Books with amazing plottwists

(Almost) every week I participate in The friday five. A little while ago Joost asked if there were any bloggers who’d like to join him in doing this and I said I did. This week the subject is books that have an amazing plottwist. Most of the time plottwists don’t surprise me, but I tried to pick the ones that either did surprise me or the ones that I just really liked. It was made up by Samantha Continue reading

Books that should be turned into a serie

(Almost) every week I participate in The friday five. A little while ago Joost asked if there were any bloggers who’d like to join him in doing this and I said I did. This week the subject is books that should be made into a series. It was made up by Merel

I should stop mentioning Simon vs. the Homo sapiens agenda every weeks, but let’s be honest: This would be such a feel good serie right? It’d be like Friends or other shows like that. Continue reading

Friday five: books that deserve a sequel

(Almost) every week I participate in The friday five. A little while ago Joost asked if there were any bloggers who’d like to join him in doing this and I said I did. This week the subject is books that deserve a sequel, which was really hard. Usually I’m just fine with it when a book ends.

Will Grayson, Will Grayson – John Green
I don’t remember everything about this books, but I know that I liked it a lot. It’d be fun so read about the lives of the characters after this book finished. Continue reading