22 June 2015
The Perks of Being a Wallflower: I read this quite some time ago and I feel like I've just forgotten the story. I really want to read this again as I think, generally, if you read something when you were younger, you'll 'get' the book so much better if you read it once you're older and have more experiences. I own the book so this is definitely something I'll reread at some stage.
Never Have I Ever by Katie Heany: This is a book about a girl around her mid 20s who has never had a proper boyfriend, basically struggled to find love. I read this last year but I would kind of like to pick it up again soon because *TMI?* I think I identify with this book a little bit? Haha.
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell: I really, really need to read this again. I read it before it was 'popular' I guess? Well not popular, but before quite a few people found it. That makes me sound really stuck up. But anyway, point is, that I read it like two years ago and I need to read it again. Once again, I think I'll appreciate it a lot more and really 'get' it now that I've had a bit of a chance to grow up... Oh geez.
One Day by David Nicholls: I think this is one of my favourite books I've ever read! I love this so much. I like the weird little things like the font and size of the writing from the version of the book I read, the style of the authors writing, the way it flicks between perspectives, and I also really like the movie. Admittedly, I read the book after watching the movie, but I liked both mediums quite a lot.
Have you read any of these books, and if not do you want to? x
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