Monday, October 3, 2016

Books lately - September 2016

September for me is a tough month, the coming back to Vinnitsa, then the starting of the school year. It's all takes a time to be back into a routine of studying and living by myself. So I never manage to read a lot of books during this month.
My favorite of the five is 'The knockoff' and least favorite it 'To all the boys I loved before'. But even so, I liked them all.





An Abundance of Katherines by John Green (audible) - I liked this book, I am all about YA books at the moment, and this one is a good one. It's funny, the characters are interesting and weird in a good way. 

To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han (audible) - A very long book, it takes ages to reach any kind of 'hot stuff'. But its nice read. Just too long for me.

The Knockoff by Jo Piazza and Lucy Sykes - loved this book. Fashion and schemes. And how the 'more is better' almost never works out.Today with all the social media nd the instant link to everything (almost) we can sometimes forget about the real human connection and it's no way to build a career or anything really this way. Highly recommend to read this book, it's cool and easy read.

One Day by David Nicholls - I saw the movie and since then wanted to read the book, loved it, very emotional and inspiring (Emma did get real career the way she always wanted *almost* in the end).

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott - a classic that I did not read yet, and with winter holidays coming up I've decided that this is time for finally reading this book. I've started few days ago and so far I'm loving it.


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