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Dracula is one of the few classics I actually enjoyed. It’s not what I expected but also exactly what I expected at the same time. I know that doesn’t sound possible but that’s life.
When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon . I love everything about Dimple and Rishi’s story. Everything by Sandhya Menon is super sweet and I will always read her books.
Sharp Shooter Blues by Lewis Nordan, which is probably the weirdest book I read when I was younger. I read this in 6th grade and thinking about the book takes me back to middle school and being the weird kid for reading this. I don’t remember much about the book aside from I liked it and that there should be trigger warnings for rape and incest (if I’m remembering right, I’m like 90%).
Michael – Mondays Not Coming. I really liked Michael the moment you met him in Monday’s Not Coming but by the end after everything you can’t help but love him even more.
Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson. This book gave me all types of emotions. I don’t know if I have ever cried as hard as I did while reading this. It is absolutely heartbreaking. I’ve been screaming about this for weeks now.
With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo is amazing. YOU NEED TO READ IT. Show me another book that deals with teen pregnancy in such a powerful and uplifting way.
The Immortals by Alyson Noel. There are surprisingly only a few series that I have finished all the way through. The rest either aren’t done yet or I just haven’t gotten to the last books. I read these in 2010 and LOVED the whole series.
Does a kindle count as a bookish accessory? Or my headphones for audio-books. Oh but book marks because I can never read a book without stopping at least once (life gets in the way a lot).