Top Ten Books People Have Been Telling You That You MUST Read

Top Ten Tuesday

Okay so I recommend others books more than they recommend me books, so I’m gonna change this up a bit and do Top Ten Books I Tell People They MUST Read. πŸ˜€

Top Ten Five Books I Tell People They MUST Read:

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  1. The Perks of Being a Wallflower – I am so in love with this book it’s insane. I handed out copies for World Book Night and it was wonderful, it was like massive day of recommending this book LOL!
  2. Please Ignore Vera Dietz – I can’t believe how much I related to this book. It was just full of feels and wonderful stuff that made your heart ache.
  3. The Impossible Knife of Memory – Sad, real, and I adored every bit of it. A truly amazing read.
  4. The Scar Boys – This book was SO simple yet captivating. You’ll adore the characters and watch them grow and it’s just a wonderful experience.
  5. A Walk to Remember – You will cry. Or maybe not, but I cried. A lot. It’s swoon-worthy, romantic, and sad.

What books do you recommend most?

8 thoughts on “Top Ten Books People Have Been Telling You That You MUST Read

  1. I’m a bit Laurie Halse Anderson fan, and The Impossible Knife of Memory is on my Amazon wish list. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is also awesome. Been thinking about books turned into movies, and I do think that one was an epic fail.

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    1. I need to read more books by Anderson. I’ve only read two, Speak and The Impossible Knife.

      I actually thought the movie for Perks was pretty good, so I’m curious as to why you think it was a fail? πŸ™‚

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      1. I think my problem was that all the actors looked nothing like I pictured when I read the book. Charlie didn’t seem small and fragile enough, Pat was just too over the top, and Emma Watson didn’t fit my picture at Sam at all.

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      2. Oh, I see. I read the book after first seeing the commercials on TV before the movie was released so I had the actors in my head as I read. I liked that Chbosky was apart of making the movie, too. Sorry you didn’t like, though. πŸ™‚

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    1. I haven’t read the Notebook, but I do think A Walk to Remember was amazing. I’m not sure if you would like it, but I think it’s worth giving a try. πŸ™‚ Thanks for commenting!

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