- k-osmos likes this
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- versaillesinaugust answered: Cloud Atlas, The Bronze Horseman series, Divergent, (plus its sequel, Insurgent!) Brave New World :)
- mackasaurussex likes this
- mackasaurussex answered: I love Sarah Dessen books. I’m not much of a re-reader, but I’ve read “Just Listen” at least 6 times, same with “This Lullaby”.
- liveforthelaughter answered: the great gatsby, perks of being a wallflower,john green is really popular
- thepsycheofcee said: The Fault in Our Stars, Silver Linnings Playbook, Pride & Prejudice, The History of Love, 1Q84 (lots of loose ends though), LA Candy (light awful reading by Lauren Conrad), read again HP!, and comics: Fables, The Walking Dead, Jimmy Corrigan, Scott P!
- one-good-idea-ever answered: The Stranger-Albert Camus, Down and Out in Paris and London-George Orwell, The Violent Bear it Away-Flannery O’Connor
- roundisntmyshapeanymore answered: I have a long list on my blog.
- tooomuchmakeup answered: The Left Behind series is AMAZING, it is about the second coming of Christ and relays it into fictive characters, Love it.
- chia-the-bbw-rainbow-awesomeness said: Also it would depend on your taste- The black Jewels Trilogy -Anne Bishop
- chia-the-bbw-rainbow-awesomeness answered: Reading Love- Francine River
- jessa-bear answered: Sloppy Firsts. You’ll fall in love with Jessica Darling and continue the series!
- klutzykim said: and the movie is really great too!
- klutzykim answered: The Help By Kathryn Stockett
- rebekaaahbug answered: Water for Elephants
- health-attack answered: Game of thrones (all of them, really), Pillars of the Earth, The Shining, and The Lost symbol. All from different genres!
- imahungrybitch answered: How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran
- ahealthymissnerdy answered: Where do I begin?! Holly’s Inbox by Holly Denham, Peter Pan, The Help, Water for Elephants and anything by Sophie Kinsella
- makemethatmuchstronger said: The Kitchen Boy was also a good read if you like historical fiction.
- the-archer-in-green-tights likes this
- the-archer-in-green-tights answered: The Uglies Series (Scott Westerfeld), 13 Reasons Why (Jay Asher), ROOM (Emma Donoghue), and Lullabies for little Criminals (Heather O’Neil)!
- tobuildabetterme answered: Funny: Stupid and Contagious by Caprice Crane, thought-provoking beautiful prose: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
- saraislosingit said: Sharp objects, dark places, both by Gillian Flynn, Horns by Joe Hill, House of the Scorpion, Gregor the Overland by Suzanne Collins
- iamnotchristine answered: Safe Haven, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Tuesdays With Morrie
- luxury-lollipop answered: Try the Black Jewels Trilogy by Anne Bishop, it’s one of my favorite series
- dietolivelife answered: The foundation series by Isaac Asimov. Sci Fi, REALLY GOOD
- quixoticsouls answered: Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson <3
- catnamedeaster answered: The Maze Runner Series, Ready Player One (sci-fi fantasy) Perfume,Me and Emma (drama) My favorite book of all time: Jane Eyre. :)
- tmdjsc answered: The Raging Quiet by Sherryl Jordan
- porridgeandgranola answered: The kite runner, the catcher in the rye, when god was a rabbit, 11/22/63 (I think, it’s by Stephen King anyway), dominion
- allthatfuckingjas said: The bronze horseman trilogy
- swimmah answered: The Art of Racing in the Rain- not sure who it’s by, sorry!!
- break-up-girls answered: The Perks of Being A Wallflower and We Need To Talk About Kevin :)
- allydee05 answered: Anything by Sarah Dessen (my favourite is Just Listen) and ‘The Boy Next Door’ by Meg Cabot
- indieless answered: this is where I leave you, wild, gone girl, the book of dahlia, lets pretend this never happened
- milkandonesugar answered: A book that will forever be in my “Favourites” pile is The Lovely Bones by Anna Sebold. If you’ve seen the movie, it’s no comparison! :)
- swhisted said: Also: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs was spectacular as well. Sort of scary, lots of mystery.
- more-movement-less-stress likes this
- butterfliesandbeer answered: The Fault in our Stars by John Green, I know it’s pretty popular, but it’s SO GOOD.
- infearoffalling answered: The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan CranK trilogy by ellen hopkins To Kill A Mocking Bird is a favorite. Miss Peregrine’s Home for P
- swhisted answered: Let’s Pretend this Never Happened by Jenny Lawson (Hilarious) - The Dreamhouse Kings Series by Robert Liparulo (Adventurous/Intense)
- ittybritty150 answered: Gone Girl, The Girl With The Dragon Tatttoo Trilogy, State of Wonder, The Secret History
- whitelightsandredwine answered: The Fault in Our Stars completely changed my view of young-adult literature. Easily the best book I’ve read in year.
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- whoopingcranes answered: dsk if you like a fantasy historical setting I love His Majesties Dragon by Niaomi Novik. Also Game of Thrones if you haven’t read them.
- rebelwhiteside answered: the happiness project. non fiction. totally worth it.
STATS| SW: 348 |GW:
TOTAL WEIGHT LOST: 140
Height: 5'7"NOTE: 150 is definitely not my final goal weight. My final goal weight will be determined as I lose more.
You are person number who has been here.
In two months I’ll be finished with school and wont be able to look for a job until June/July. So, I’ll have a little bit of free time and I’d really like to get back to reading for pleasure and not for school (something that has been hard for me as of late).
If you all would be so kind as to donate some titles for me to add to my summer reading list— I would be forever in your debt.
Disclaimer: I’m not a big fan of vampires/werewolves. Just, please, no Twilight junk.