The Last Books Of 2016

WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS A FAIR AMOUNT OF BOOK PHOTOS

This last week I’ve finished two great books that I would really recommend that you read.
The first one is “The sky is everywhere” by Jandy Nelson, and let me just say, Jandy you did it again. The other book she has written is my favorite book, so you can imagine my expectations when I started on this one, kind of like when I’d read “The fault in our stars” and just expected John’s other books to be EVERYTHING as well. Luckily this time I was not as disappointed.
The book is truly amazing, (and so freaking pretty), and I really don’t know how she does it. She literally SLAYS with her titles and has a way with words that can make you feel utterly heartbroken but also happy and hopeful at the same time.
Her books are the kind of books I wish I would’ve written or will be able to someday. The only bad thing to say is that there aren’t more of them.
I think just I’m just gonna have to reread them over and over again.

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The other book is called “Attachments” by Rainbow Rowell and I don’t know what I expected from this but what I got was so much more. It took me a little while to get into it but then I was captured and didn’t put it down till I was done. The characters are just so likable and relatable and even though there were a lot of references I didn’t get, it didn’t really ruin anything for me. So far I’ve read four books from Rainbow Rowell and I’ve loved every one of them, no kidding.
So if you’re looking for your next read don’t hesitate to choose either of them.

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I’m currently reading “The curious incident of the dog in the nigh-time” but won’t be able to finish it this year, since I have to prepare for when our guests arrive later. I’m celebrating New Years Eve home alone with my sister, best friend, two cousins and one of my cousin’s friend. I’m really looking forward to seeing them later and entering 2017 with them. Which is pretty crazy btw, not celebrating with them but the fact that it’s 2017 soon! Where the f did the time go?

This year I’ve read 42 books and I hope to read many more next year. If you’re ever looking for new things to read don’t be shy to contact me and I’d love to recommend something or simply just gush about books with you πŸ˜€

Uh yeah, I also got these two new books for christmas I can’t wait to get started on. The one on the left is so unbelievably pretty I can’t. The other one gives me “Thirteen reasons why” vibes and that is definitely not a bad thing. I love that book too. But anyway, if any of you have read them I’d love to hear what you thought about them, I really hope they’re good.

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My new gems

Happy New Years guys, stay safe and let’s move past the hellish year 2016 is/was. I don’t know about you, but I’m so over it.

See you in 2017!


19 thoughts on “The Last Books Of 2016

  1. ‘The Sky is Everywhere’ is such an amazing book, as well as ‘I’ll Give You The Sun’! Jandy Nelson really does have a way with words! I’ve been looking at ‘Attachments’ for a while now, as I really enjoyed the other two books I’ve read from Rainbow Rowell but will definitely have to pick it up after reading this post! πŸ™‚

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    1. I don’t know many who’ve read her books, which is a shame, ’cause they’re really missing out, but then again I don’t even know that many who likes to read so… The two are probably connected:P I’d definitely recommend tha you do so!

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  2. You’re a book person.. *sigh*
    I breathe books. i read two of these, and i loved them. John green is one of my favorite authors. I love his style.. i can never leave a book once i start reading. It just takes me into a whole different dimension and i’m trapped.
    Keep on reading, and keep on writing ! Thumbs up πŸ™‚

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  3. OK I’m actually freaking out a bit because I literally have read all those books and loved them and i’m reading ‘the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime’ right now (for the second time). Our reading tastes are twins… hahah xx

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    1. Ha, glad that could lure you in πŸ˜› Hmm… I really like many YA books and I’ve read a lot of science fiction as well. I’m generally really into Hunger Games, Harry Potter and Percy Jackson like books:) with that said, I usually don’t really judge on the genre, with maybe just the exception of horror, which I’m not very into. What about you?

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      1. I am completely in love with the fantasy genre. The best escapes from reality! I’ve read mannyyyyy of the greatest series and am discovering newer worlds, too! Rest of the genres are equally fascinating to me, Sci-fi is bae tho! Also, I’m into mystery/crime thrillers lately.

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  4. You do have a nice sense of humour ironically. When I read the warning, I thought maybe there would be 20-30 photos (like those Quora posts ) and it turned out to be just four.
    Keep it up! Loved your aesthetics.
    XD

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    1. Aha thanks! 4 is definitely not many compared to that no. I get you all excited and then I don’t deliver -totally anti climatic πŸ˜›
      Thanks a bunch and thanks for taking your time to read and comment. It means a lot πŸ™‚

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