30 Days Book Challenge: Day 25

A character that you can relate to the most

This one’s pretty hard. I sometimes feel like I can relate to some characters but most of the time I don’t think about it but I remember a conversation I’ve had with one of my friends when we were in the Jenny Han fever and I think I can relate to Lara Jean. Not her story or anything like that but my friend could also relate to her too. I felt like if me and her had a baby it would be Lara Jean lol. 

Also I can’t ever forget about Min in Why We Broke Up. I could also relate to her and her feelings.

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30 Days Book Challenge: Day 24.

A book that you wish more people would’ve read

World War 2 + holocaust + women+ concentration camp= If This is a Woman: Inside Ravensbruck- Hitler’s Concentration Camp for Women.

I don’t care how many books you’ve read until now about the holocaust or anything similar to it if you haven’t read this one. I’ve been shocked and speechless. It truly is long but I promise you won’t get bored. Every little paragraph has interesting information and Sarah just knew how to write it to catch the reader. I can’t even express the crazy things the women had to go through in the concentration camps and all the horrors they had to suffer.

It is truly sad and it’s hard to believe that it has been real but it’s so worth it!

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 23.

A book you wanted to read for a long time but you haven’t

I’m thinking about Catch 22 for such a long time, when I see it on shelves or I hear somebody mentioning it I just wanna read it so bad but I don’t ever start it and I don’t know why. I always find another book to read and then the process repeats. I hope one day I’ll start it at last and let you know how I feel about it.

Have you read it?

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 22.

A book that makes you cry

I didn’t have to think too much about which one it is since I remember how destroyed I felt, I’m looking at you, We Were Liars!!

I still remember laying in bed on one side and my tears were falling on my pillow and I was just amazed and in love with it but super dramatic too. I went downstairs and grabbed a piece of toast with jam and I just ate it and thought about it for a long time lol. It’s funny now when I think about it but back then it was the shock of the shocks of the shocks I guess. Loved it.

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 21

The first novel you remember reading.

It was either Heidi, The Wizard of Oz or Charlotte’s Web. Anyways, I’ve read them all in the same period of time and I don’t think I can ever forget them. I still remember snippets of what I imagined while reading them.

Weekend Words.

I thought about Sylvia Plath these past days (don’t ask me why). I fell in love with The Bell Jar and I got stuck with a few quotes from there. Here’s one of them for you:

“I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am.” 

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 20.

Favorite romance book

I don’t have a single favorite romance book but I can mention a few books that own my heart: It Ends With Us, Me Before You/After You, Love and Other Foreign Words and
The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy. Also Jodi Picoult’s The Pact. And All the Bright Places. And Everything Everything. And I’m gonna try to stop now cause I could
go on and on.

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 19

I can’t believe I only have 11 more to go.

Favorite book turned into a movie

One of my favorite books, Ready Player One, is coming out as a movie next year and i’m really excited for it. The trailer looks good, even though I don’t trust the movie trailers that much. I just hope it’s gonna be as awesome as the book.

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 18.

A book that disappointed you

With a great regret I inform you that my disappointment is caused by Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey. I had other expectations and I thought I would love it so much but
unfortunately I felt a little bit frustrated cause it wasn’t what I thought it would be.