Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 11

Day Eleven: A book you hated Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. HATE THIS BOOK. I jumped on the band wagon when it was super popular and read the entire series, and I really can’t stand any of them. I don’t like how reliant on males (whether it’s Jacob or Edward or her dad) Bella is, IContinue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 11”

Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 10

Day Ten: A book that reminds you of home Again, my first choice would be a number in the Harry Potter series, because we read them as a family. But I’ll go with number two, Midnight for Charlie Bone by Jenny Nimmo. To be honest, I don’t remember much of what actually happened in theContinue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 10”

Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 9

Day Nine: A book you thought you’d hate but ended up liking Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. It’s one of those books that I heard so many mixed reviews about. Everyone that I knew that read similar books and had similar taste to me hated it, but one of my friends kept pushing itContinue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 9”

Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 8

Day Eight: Most overrated book This book is so overrated! Yes, I will admit that I read it. And yes, I will admit that it wasn’t the most terrible thing I’ve ever read. In fact, I didn’t mind it that much. But I couldn’t place where I’d read it before. It seemed so familiar, likeContinue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 8”

Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 7

Day Seven: A book that makes you laugh Disclaimer: ever since discovering the Princess Diaries, I’ve been a huge Meg Cabot fan. I’ve read most of her books. But the Heather Wells series always has me laughing out loud, even if I’ve already read. Though I can’t really sympathize with ex-popstar protagonist Heather Wells (onContinue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 7”

Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 6

Day Six: A book that makes you sad A Million Little Pieces by James Frey. What first attracted me to this book was that the author shares a name with my dad, and the book is about drug addiction, which my dad was going through. Notice a pattern in the types of books I readContinue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 6”

Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 5

Day Five: A book that makes you happy Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah. This book is not the first book my best friend and I bonded over, but it’s definitely one that stood out. Each of us is very similar to one of the main characters – Samantha is like Kate and I’m like Tully.Continue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 5”

Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 4

Day Four: Favorite book of your favorite series I already covered Poison Study (from my second favorite series) so I’m going to go ahead and talk about Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, my all-time favorite book from any series. I’ve read it more times than I can count on one hand, and I’veContinue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 4”

Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 3

Day Three: Your Favorite Series I’m going to go with my second favorite series, because nothing holds a candle to my Harry Potter pedestal. Ready? The Study Series by Maria V. Snyder. Poison Study is the first in the series, and according to Snyder’s Goodreads, she’s set to publish a fourth. Yelena is about toContinue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 3”

Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 2

Day Two: A book you’ve read more than three times I can honestly say that I haven’t read ANYTHING more than three times. I’m just not a huge re-reader, which is weird, I know. There is one book that I’ve read a few times though, and that is The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold (it’sContinue reading “Thirty Day Book Challenge: Day 2”