The Broke and the Bookish
Hi everyone!!! :)
Well, today I'm going to tell you what top ten books written in the past 10 years I hope people are still reading in 30 Years.
Here is my list:
This book is so good that I expect people will still be reading it in 2042. I like it because it's beautiful, romantic, but also because it contains other issues.
I looooooooooove this book so much! :) I liked it more than Anna and the French kiss. I liked more because I suffered less thinking in what's going to happen, that you can spend time compose yourself, trying to find yourself to give others the best of you and still somebody is going to wait for you. THAT is awesome.
Since almost the first line I felt in love with this book. I hope people can see how special this book is. The way two people can meet by chance and then they feel in love and everything is great and everything is wrong and come on, let's try it again. That is what makes this book so special.
Another book I recommend to people is this one. It's a very strange story and unfortunately, a sad one too, but it is worth reading it. That's for sure! I hope people still read it in 30 years because it's very good. It has romance, mystery, I don't know how to explain it, but the book is really good.
Well, John Green had DEFINITELY to be in this list. I've read only two books and I loved them. This one is my favourite because it's a book which makes you think and it's romantic and funny, specially is very funny. I highly recommend it and I hope that people still reading it in the next decades.
I didn't believe that I liked this book, but it's really good.
It's about the story of a friendship, but it's more than that. It's about love, death, sex, divorce and it tells everything in a simple way. I really really liked it :)
This one is another one which I consider people should read. I think every knows about this one because of the film and its tremendous success. It's a hard story and the worst of it it's a TRUE story. Marjane knows how to tell story and it makes you think about the situation in Iran from another perspective.
Another author that I must include is Paul Auster. I've read almost everything he's written and this is y favourite one :) It tells about everything, but the main topic is family. I like the way Paul writes because you see he writes in a different way.
I've read this one in 3 days and I'm not a quick reader. I loved it so much that I recommended to everyone. It's a mystery and I liked because although I had already read it and I know what happened, I want to re-read. This doesn't happen to me with mystery novels.
David Safier knows how to make you cry and laugh in almost the same sentence. I like his books because they are funny and I like most this one because it's a person who is trying to be a better person and to know herself better.
Well, this is my list, but what about yours?