So I know it’s not really close to spring or summer, but I am in the Mid-Winter blues :(, and I need a pick me up.
This Summer I know what I will be doing. Reading. Like a mad man. So this post I thought I would share some book recommendations for this summer! I am definitely not a reader, I used to hate reading, but I have found that (a little embarrassing) I have nothing better to do sometimes.
The first recommendation is the series Pretty Little Liars. Any girl in their teens or twenties would love this series I think. I’m currently on the sixth one (at the moment out of 10), and I started last summer. I finished the first book in 2 days. Nuff said.
#2–The Hunger Games–I love this series as well, I *sad face* am only on MockingJay (which btw I finished Catching Fire in the summer) (OOPS). These books are for boys and girls, and they are vey adventurous. I would really recommend them if you haven’t already read them.
#3–Confessions of a Shopoholic Series– I read the original book around this time last year, and I honestly didn’t love it at the time (I wasn’t really into reading yet), but now looking back on it, I would love to read her other books in the series. Also looking back on it, I feel like the main character is who I want to be. She loves fashion, designer things, she has red hair ;), and she wants to write for a fashion magazine. If you liked the movie “The Devil Wears Prada”, you will love this series!!
#4–The Maze Runner–I’ve heard a lot about this series, and lots of people say it’s like the Hunger Games. I’m not too sure if I am going to read it, because it sounds kind of boy-ish to me, but I thought I would include it in here for you.
#5–The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane–This is kind of a cute book! I read it when I was in grade 5, and I think that it is for younger teens, or older kids, but it was the best book I’ve ever read before the Hunger Games and Pretty Little Liars.
#6–The City Of Ember–Once again, now looking back on it, I would love to finish this series! I actually have only read the first two books, and they remind me of a less intense Hunger Games, but a little more intricate. I think I might of actually liked this series a little more then the Hunger Games!
So check out these books, I would definitely recommend them, of course!!
Check in soon for another ‘Spring into Summer’ post!