Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Top Ten Books I've read so far in 2015

Hi everyone!!! :)

Today I want to share with you the top ten books I have read so far. This time I'm going to show 13 books because I don't know which one I should remove and I think all of them are important for me for a reason or other.

Here is my list (if you click in the title you go to goodreads and see more details about the book) :


Seconds by Brian Lee O'Malley. I gave this one 4 stars because the book ended abruptly, but the rest was AMAZING! My husband is going to buy it and I can't wait to re-read it.


A room of own's own by Virginia Woolf. This book was really cool because Virginia Woolf tells her views about women and literature in her own way and that makes it interesting and special. Nobody can narrate like that. It was superb! :)


Silly novels by lady novelists by George Eliot. The moment I saw this book in the library I knew I was going to enjoy it. This book was funny, entertaining and make me thing about all kinds of writers. I highly recommend you and it's very short. You can read it very quickly.


The last lecture by Randy Pausch. I really liked this book because it made me think about life and how we are and how we behave in life. This is unfortunately the real story of a man who was dying from cancer and his last lecture. I highly highly highly recommend it.


Hyperbole and a half by Allie Brosch. This book was a very interesting read. It was funny, it was sad, made me think about depression and how I behave in certain situations. Overall it was a really fun read. There is a second book coming and I can't wait to have my hands on it.


The library of the empty books by Jordi Sierra i Fabra. A book about books? yes, please. This book was fun to read because it has a mystery to solve: the letters in the books are fallen down and there is no way to put them back.


The wonderful world of the letters by Jordi Sierra i Fabra. Another book by this author who makes me want to read and write. This book is about a boy who doesn't like reading, He hates it. A new perspective about something that it's very common, unfortunately.


The day Frankenstein read the Quixote by Santiago Posteguillo. I really loved this book. It was about how Jane Austen got published, how Mary Shelley started writing Frankenstein and many other anecdotes about books and authors.  


Confessions of an editor a bit liar by Esther Tusquets. This book is a memoir about how Esther Tusquets started her publishing house until the day she was retired. I really enjoyed this book especially because Esther tells the story in a very fun and interesting way.


Lou! by Julien Neel. This is a series about a child who is becoming a girl and all the changes that happen when you leave your childhood and start becoming a teenager. I really enjoyed the 4 books I have read so far.


The story of Mr Sommer by Patrick Süskind. I thought I wasn't going to enjoy this book because I found it very cheap in a second hand bookstore, but not at all. I really enjoyed and laughed with the story about this child and some stories that happens to him. Very funny.

About my job as a painter by Antonio Lopez. I really enjoyed this book. It was about how Antonio Lopez started painting and his life as a painter and what he thinks about things such as galleries and museums. very enjoyable.


The suicide shop by Jean Teulé. I really enjoyed this book because it was different. it talks about life and death and suicide from a new perspective. If you want to read an interesting read I highly suggest you to pick up this book.

Well, it was long list, but I'm done. Let me know in the comments your favorite books :)


  1. I like your list. I need to read Seconds - I accidentally ordered the Spanish edition from my library a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, I don't know enough Spanish for it to make sense...

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    1. Thank you!

      What a pity. I hope they give you an English copy soon and you enjoy it as much as I did :)

  2. Great list! I really want to check out Seconds and Hyperbole and a Half. They both sound great. :)
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

    1. Yes! They were great reads for me and I hope they will be for you too :)