Hey guys! So, in honor of the Grammys this week, I am posting a list of my favorite books of all time!!!! (So far). So, here we go!!!
So the first category is my all time favorite novel. And the award goes too...... Carry On by Rainbow Rowell!
This is an amazing book which is the fanfiction of the fictional character Cathy in Fangirl, also by Rainbow Rowell.
The category is my favorite series, an the award goes too... The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare!
This series is amazing and two of my favorite YA characters ever (Simon Lewis and Magnus Bane) are in this series.
The next category is my favorite trilogy. And the award goes... The Half Bad (also known as the Half Life) trilogy by Sally Green!
This trilogy is FANTASTIC but THE LAST BOOK HASNT COME OUT YET ASKDFLSLFJSLF. But it is coming out later this month is YES!!!!!!!
The next category is my favorite dystopian(ish) book. This book is also a book that I reviewed recently. And the award goes too..... More Than This by Patrick Ness!
This book is AMAZING. It is also super weird and trippy but in a good way!!!!
The next category is my favorite sci-fi book. And the award goes too...... Illuminae by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman!
This book is a fantastic sci-fi novel told in a series of computer transmissions. I should do a review on this soon.....
The next(and probably last category unless I think of another) is my favorite contemporary novel! ANd the award goes too...... All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven!
This is an amazing (and kind of sad) contemporary book which is absolutely amazing and really pulled me into the contemporary genre.
So that's it for this year's Book Enigma Grammy Book Awards! I hoped you guys enjoyed! And if there's any book that you would like me to review, please, comment below! Thanks!
Hey guys! So this week one of the books that I read was More Than This by Patrick Ness. This novel is about a boy who drowns. And then he wakes up. When he awakens he is in his old house, and when he goes outside. Everything is empty. I mean, the houses are still there, along with the stores and everything else, but it looks as if no one has been there for several years. And further exploration shows that it looks as if parts of the land has been bombed or burned.
This book was an amazing read! It had so much mystery and during the whole book I was always wondering "What's going to happen next?". The book felt like it had so many layers too it. When I finished reading it I felt (and still feel like) I could totally write an essay about it.
One of my favorite parts about this books was his 'flashback' type of parts. They kind of reminded me of a contemporary gay-boy-coming-out type of book which I love (I hope that that doesn't for some reason offend anyone). After reading the novel, I was put it a contemporary novel mood, which I hope to fulfil soon.
Another thing that I enjoyed about this book was Patrick Ness's descriptions of death (I hope that doesn't make me sound weird) because they were so beautifully described (ok this sounds really weird) and how they really bring tears into your eyes.
And finally, I loved how this book was ended because you do not expect the ending at all.
I 100% recommend this book because it feels like the entire book is the climax and the books feels so immersive and you CAN NOT put it down!
If you guys would like me to read any books for you guys please comment below! Thanks!
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