10 of my favourite books

Hello, there! How are you?

Now, we all have favorite books, right? That’s why today I’m talking to you about some of my favorite books. I read pretty much every genre there is. I have read horror books, thriller, romance, fantasy and more. That’s why I have a great number of favorites. Personally, I have so much favorite books that I find it really difficult to choose which are my most favorite. So, that’s why in this post I’ll tell you about ten of my favorites.

  • “Les Miserablès” by Victor Hugo.– there used to be a time when I had to read this for school a while ago…but I didn’t. I didn’t liked the book when I started it and I didn’t finished it. Back then I thought it was boring. But few months ago I decided to finally read it. And I was pretty angry at myself that I’ve thought the book wasn’t interesting. I liked the story, it was so touching. That’s why it’s one of my all-time favorite.

Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise.

– Les Miserables

  • “A time to love and a time to die” by Erich Maria Remarque- it’s needless to say that Erich Maria Remarque is one of the best authors. I have read only 4 of his books, but I like every single one of them. If you like more classical literature I think you’d like his books.
  • “The green mile” by Stephen King- ah, Stephen King. I love his books so much, even though sometimes they can get pretty scary. He writes so good. And the storyline of his books. Especially this one. I’ve watched and the movie, but you know that the book is always better than the movie.

Time takes it all, whether you want it to or not. Time takes it all, time bears it away, and in the end there is only darkness. Sometimes we find others in that darkness, and sometimes we lose them there again.

-“The green mile”

  • “The shining” by Stephen King- and again Stephen King. So, this year I finally read the book. I liked it a lot. It was such a nice horror book.

Monsters are real. Ghosts are too. They live inside of us, and sometimes, they win.

-“The shining”

  • “Divine evil” by Nora Roberts- so, this book is more like romance kind of book since Nora Roberts writes romantic books. But, it’s actually pretty nice mixture of romance, suspense and kind of mystery. It was really interesting and it was one of the first books from Nora Roberts that I’ve read.
  • “The diary of young girl”, Anne Frank- if you have read my review on this book you know how I love it. In my opinion the story is very inspiring and in meantime sad. (The review of the book here)

I’ve found that there is always some beauty left — in nature, sunshine, freedom, in yourself; these can all help you.

“The diary of a young girl”

  • Every book in “Harry Potter” series- I know it sounds cliche but these books have a special place in my heart. I’ve always liked them since I was child. And let’s be honest, they have influenced almost every person who loves to read.

There is no good and evil, there is only power and those too weak to seek it.

-“Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s stone”

  • “Delirium” by Lauren Oliver- another reviewed by me book which I love so much. I just loved the fact that the main characters loved each other even when they knew that they could die because of it. (The review here)

Love: a single word, a wispy thing, a word no bigger or longer than an edge. That’s what it is: an edge; a razor. It draws up through the center of your life, cutting everything in two. Before and after. The rest of the world falls away on either side.

-“Delirium”

  • “The thirteeneth tale” by Diane Satterfield- oh, that book. If you haven’t heared of it, you should check it out. It was so good. It was one of those books in which you just don’t know what the end will turn out to be. Just a thrilling book mixing mystery, fiction and historical genres. Also there’s like this gothic vibe that is just making the whole storyline even better.

Everybody has a story. It’s like families. You might not know who they are, might have lost them, but they exist all the same. You might drift apart or you might turn your back on them, but you can’t say you haven’t got them. Same goes for stories.

-“The thirteenth tale”

  • “Murder on the Orient express” by Agatha Christie- in my opinion, Agatha Christie is one of the best authors there are. She’s the Queen of the mystery genre. I really love her books. The first book of hers I’ve ever read was “Murder on the Orient express”. Side note, tho, many of her books start a little rough and in the beginning are not quite interesting. However, that shouldn’t stop you from reading her books because once you get though the first pages and really dive in the story you’ll find yourself in a place where you just can’t stop reading.

The impossible could not have happened, therefore the impossible must be possible in spite of appearances.

-“Murder on the Orient express”

So, these are only a small number of my favourite books. Hope you have liked this post. And if you’re reading my blog, thank you! Hope you like all of my posts as well. Have a great day! Enjoy!

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9 thoughts on “10 of my favourite books

  1. Great post.I also love to read and would like to do that as an occupation😁😁😁 and this list contains some I haven’t tried yet but I will now.

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