Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Top Ten Favorite Books I Read Before I Was A Blogger



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Hi everyone!!! :)

Today I want to share with you my top ten favourite books I read before I was a blogger. Since I'm a book blogger, I come across amazing books thanks to your recommendation (Thanks a lot!) so most of my favourite books are book lovers recommendations. Although I have read, I think, all of my life, it's been a bit difficult to find these 10 books, but here they are:

Coraline 

Coraline by Neil Gaiman. I read this book at night because it was the only moment I had time to read, and it scared me a lot. I think it's my favourite book of all Neil Gaiman's books. I highly recommend it to you and the rest of Neil Gaiman's books. They are great! I also read the graphic novel and I loved too :)





The Brooklyn Follies 




The Brooklyn Follies by Paul Auster. i love Paul Auster's books (well, not all of them, but most of them) and this one is my favourite. It's well-written, I loved the story and come on, it talks about books and libraries and bookshops. It's impossible not to love it.



Tuesdays With Morrie 






Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Alborn. I really loved this book because Morrie was a very wise and entertaining person. I totally understand why the author decided to write about it. I remembered practically jumping in my bed and turned pages as quick as I could because I was totally in the story. I loved it and I highly recommend it to you :)




Persepolis 



Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi. I really loved this book, in fact, I bought it just to have it and re-read it some time. I think I'm going to do it soon because it was an amazing read. It was very funny, thought, well-written and Marjani explains everything so well that you start understanding some political and religious situation are happening today. I loved it and yes, I highly recommend it to you.



Comme un roman 






Comme un roman(Better than Life) by Daniel Pennac. I had heard this book was good, but OMG, when I started reading it, I felt changed. in this book, Daniel talks about books and how to make people read books, how you can make somebody fall in love with a book and that person wanted to keep reading. I think everybody should read this book because how many times I've heard somebody tells me: I don't like reading or I don't have time to read or what is the point of reading. I think this book explains very well how to make teenagers want to read and feel free to read or not. I loved it so much that I bought in French. Yes, it was great! :)

Wuthering Heights 






Wuthering Height by Emily Brontë. Oh my gosh, I think I'd tried to read this book many many times and I always left aside. One day I decided to give it a change and push me to read at least a chapter. Wow, I'm so grateful I did so, because once I read the chapter, I couldn't put the book down. I think I read it in 3 days. I remember doing nothing else than read :)




The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, #1) 



The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by





Slaloms (Les Formidables Aventures De Lapinot, #0)








Visión de Nueva York










The Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing 



The Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing by









10 comments:

  1. I need to give Wuthering Heights again. I just get so frustrated at the characters! It's a sad story too. So sad.

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    1. Yes, it is, but it's worth the effort :)

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  2. I didn't know Coraline was a book! I'll definitely have to read it! NEW FOLLOWER

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    1. Thanks a lot for joining!!! :D

      I hope you like Coraline, it was a great read :)

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  3. great ttt
    new follower via gfc (follow back please)
    check out mine :http://nabooksvsboys.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/top-ten-tuesday.html

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  4. CORALINE is soooo spooky! I didn't read it at night, but I did read it while I was alone in the house and oh my goodness, every time the house creaked I jumped. Scared the crap out of me, that book did!

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    1. Yes, me too :( but it was amazing. I'm glad I read it :)

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  5. Wuthering Heights! Probably my favourite classic book. Seeing it on your list makes me want to go and re-read it! It's been a couple of years.
    Great list! There's definitely a few books on here that I need to check out :)

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    1. Yes, me too. I hope you like the books as much as I did :)

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