Very quick and short review (or just thoughts you know) of the last 9 books I’ve read.
Where She Went by Gayle Forman (5/5)
TEARS. FEELS. EVERYTHING. This book had made me cry on every chapter and I just had so much feels for Adam and Mia. I really love it when boys tell the story I’m just ajgsafjskahj feeling everything for Adam. God.
The Giver by Lois Lowry (4/5)
A really great Dystopian. I liked the concept of this community, really. Although, a life without colors and emotions? Damn. Loved how it was told in a very simple manner, words are just light unlike other novels. Its also very short, which made me sad because I want to find out where Jonas went and what happened gee
Anna and The French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins (4.5/5)
I loved this book! This book actually made me intrested in other Romance books. I’ve been reading a lot of Romance since this and I’m just aghsagfjs. Its really a good story and I loved how it took me to Paris. I’ve always wondered how it looked like, and the book gave me that. Plus, Ettiene is by far the most adorable human being ever.
What Happened To Goodbye by Sarah Dessen (4/5)
Really nice story as well. This is my first Sarah Dessen, and it didn’t disappoint. Loved McLean’s story and I had a glimpse of how someone goes through all these pretend persona and how hard it was to live so many lives. It was so cool how the neighborhood actually changed him and Miles is really cute don’t ya think? Hee x
Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell (5/5)
If I could give it a 6 or a 1000 I will. This book is AMAZING. I loved the 80’s vibe and just everything about it. The characters. The plot. Eleanor’s story. Park’s family. Rowell writes the best “IS-THIS-REALLY-HOW-THIS-ENDS” ending and I’m not entirely sure if I like it or not but God this story made me laugh and cry at the same time I don’t even know how that was possible. All I wish for in life is that a sequel should be written is that too much, Rainbow Rowell?
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart (4/5)
Tbh I was bored at the beginning, some things weren’t making sense. It actually took me sometime to finish this because of the lame start, but as the story progresses it became more interesting and this has by far the BIGGEST PLOT TWIST EVER. I was not expecting THAT AT ALL. So kudos to E. Lockhart. I screamed and went ballistic and all that upon reaching the plot twist. “THAT DID NOT JUST HAPPEN.” was all I could muster.
Lola and The Boy Next Door (4/5)
Another Steph Perkins, and tbh I’m enjoying her novels. They’re just light and it makes me feel giddy, happy and just you know, in love. I’ve noticed her boys are really adorable, not the perfect muscular jock popular kind of boys but the geekish cute awkward adorable boys. Ettiene and Cricket. NEED I SAY MORE?
Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover (5/5)
Colleen Hoover is still QUEEN of everything. God, this book is AMAZING. I love Tate’s personality, she’s so strong. And the fact that Miles makes her feel like water is just ajdhsafk. And Miles, God MILES FUCKING ARCHER is so unbelievable HOT and just asafhaksjhfks. His past is so painful, I love/hate how Colleen Hover makes me feel so much emotions, I can’t even fathom every bit of it. I love Miles. God. And the part where he asked her to move in with him. BEST PART EVER.
Looking for Alaska (4.5/5)
This book made me ponder about stuff I’m not used to pondering about, tbh. I think the last part was great, the letter gave me goosies. John Green is really a genius. I loved every character in this book. Even the EAGLE. I’m telling you. I might be a bit sad that I didn’t find out what happened to Alaska, but fuck it. As what Pudge said, things fall apart. It happens.
Sorry for the spoilers and all. Hahaha. I’m very bad at this. If you wanna know more about them, please check Goodreads! x