I’m going to begin, at the end of every month, telling you my favourite three books that I have read during that month. If it’s clear I may order them, but that’s really difficult so I probably won’t every month! Also, if I have already written and posted a review, I will link it. Most of them should eventually be reviewed.
This month I have read eight books (a wrap up will be on my YouTube channel next Sunday).
This book was such a gorgeous little novel. It was extremely short and a quick read, with a charming set of characters and plot. I don’t think I disliked one of the characters (which is unusual – normally there’s one that irritates me slightly) and could completely picture the locations, even if some of them were a little abstract!
2. Am I Normal Yet? – Holly Bourne
This book was amazing. I loved every page of it. It takes a realistic stance when looking at the issue of mental health and there are no typical ‘perfect’ relationships. What Bourne has done with this novel has created something relatable. And I love it.
- The Queen of the Tearling – Erika Johansen
This was the first YA ‘fantasy’ book that I have red (it could just as easily be argued a dystopian – or both) and it was incredible. The plot was intriguing and I felt compelled to keep reading and discover new areas of the Tearling and more about each character. I own the sequel – as soon as I have finished reading for school, it’s being read.