My favourite books of 2015 so far

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I really can`t believe that it is already June! Time has really flew. Anyway since it is the middle of the year I`d thought I do a “My favourite books of 2015 so far” to freshen my memory on the books I`ve read and to give recommendations- 2 in 1- what`s not to love? Oh and these are the books I have read, not necessary what has been published in 2015. The books:

  • To all the boys I`ve loved before– this book got me hooked from the very first page and it is just a wonderful summer read, full of family, romance and baking.
  • PS I still love you– this is the sequel of To all the boys I`ve loved before and the story gets even better- it was definitely worth the read.
  • To kill a mockingbird– a classic that everyone should read which will make you question society whilst it will open your mind.
  • I capture the castle– a novel that is full of sweetness but it will deepen the anger of some people.
  • Eleanor and Park– yes I finally read this and I love it so much, I think it is a heart tearing read, and why can`t Park be real?
  • All the bright places– this is a book that everyone should read because it will open your mind a bit more on a very deep topic and the characters in the book are very real.
  • The disreputable history of frankie landau-banks– is a novel all about growing up and accepting who you are- what every teenager will go through and the story itself has more than just a few plans for revenge.

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Books turning into films?

Some of the books turned to screen.
Some of the books turned to screen.

Recently many YA books are being turned into films/TV shows or are in the process of being turned. Some examples of this are Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Divergent, The Faults in our stars and the Maze Runner.

I mean I do enjoy seeing a book I love on screen. I get to see what the setting is like and seeing the characters come to life and interact with each other. It`s nice to see everything not being fictional and in my imagination for once. Truing books into films also promotes the books and will get other non-readers to actually read and love a book the way I do.

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