I love books in all different shapes and sizes. I have a reasonable sized collection of about 93 books and counting so I would like to share with you my favourite's. I am a self professed Bibliophile so I do have some experience on what you should or should not read. With Christmas coming up as well I hope I can give you some inspiration.
1) Quiet Power
This books target market is introverts and how growing up as one isn't a bad thing. It shows introverts and extroverts alike that it's OK to be who you are, regardless of how quiet you may be. Cleverly written with beautiful drawings and sketches it helped me on a personal level. Recommend to anyone.
2) Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy
Funny, clever and slightly rude in some respects seeing it was written in the 80's. However this does not stop it from being one of the best books I've ever read. Even though I was at an inappropriate age to read it! It's all about travelling the galaxies and the one question everyone seeks...What is the meaning of life?......42
3)Stig of the Dump
This book takes some time to get into but when you do it's a great read. Slightly old-fashioned plot line with a "good example" of a British boy who's bored one day. What could he possibly do to amuse himself? Find a billion year old caveman and go on an adventurewhichincludesatwistendingnospoilers.
4)Girl Online 2
No words need to explain this book.
5)The Maze Runner
A great series to read packed full of action right from the start. This book is about a teenage boy who wakes up one day in a forest with no memory of where he came from or who he was. His only memory is his name. Thomas. He is trapped in a maze with a bunch of strangers who all remember nothing about where they cam from. But something is different with Thomas, he was left with the first message the Gladers (the people living in the Maze) have received.
Again no spoilers but it is a tremendous book and series.
6) Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
The movie of the book has recently come out and is extremely different from the book. In the book it is written as a guide to Wizards and Witches alike on the unusual magical creatures that live in the wizarding world. Written in alphabetical order it is a sweet way of putting the many animals mentioned in JK. Rowling's books into a handy guide for Harry Potter Fans out there (i.e. Me).
A sci-fi that is one of my personal favourite books. It's set in the near future where technology is more advanced and a big part of people's lives. A website named NERVE an online dare challenging game where anyone can take part. Players play the dare's and Watchers film them and upload it to NERVE sort of like the modern age paparazzi. Little do the Player's know the truth about the NERVE and what really goes on online.
So that's my top 7 books recommended to you, let me know if you do decide to read any of them in the comments below!