Sunday, November 3, 2013

Favorite Books

Hey everyone!  How's life going for you?  I hope you're doing well!  In case you didn't read the title, today I am going to be chirping about my favorite books.  I will be numbering this list, but THEY ARE IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER!  I don't know why I just capitalized that.  Probably for the skimmers who went right to the list.  So, let's get started!  I hope you like it!

1. Harry Potter Series
If you haven't read these, you need to go out and read them RIGHT NOW!  I read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in first grade and it changed my life.  Harry Potter has been so good to me, *SPOILER ALERT* from Ron and Hermione falling in love to the death of Voldemort.  A few parts did upset me very much, like *SPOILER ALERT* Dobby!  WHY, DOBBY, WHY?????????????  Really?  Why did J.K. Rowling feel that she needed to kill him!  And I already know her answer,  so you don't have to answer that question.

2. City of Bones
This is, in my opinion, the best book in The Mortal Instruments series.  To be honest, I haven't read the last two, City of Fallen Angels and City of Lost Souls.  I think it's because City of Glass didn't do anything for me. I know, smack me and punch me through the screen.  If you'd like, send me an email yelling at me for not reading the last two.  I understand.  But the casting for Jace?  HE'S SUPPOSED TO BE HOT, PEOPLE!

3. Divergent
This book was the one that got me into YA fantasy!  Before, I was just sold on YA realistic fiction, but once I read this, I thought, "Okay, I'll give YA fantasy and sci-fi a chance."  I'm so happy I did!  This book is eye-opening and beautiful!  It's just plain amazing, so you need to read it and it's equally-amazing sequel Insurgent.  I'm currently reading Allegiant, the final book in the trilogy, and it is not so hot right now, so I hope I get into it more, because I need a happy ending.

4. The Hunger Games
Whoever hasn't read this book must live under a rock, because everyone has read the trilogy.  My favorite is the first one, The Hunger Games, but Catching Fire is so good too.  SO good.  These books really make you wonder what is going to happen in our future and what people will be treated like.  Mockingjay was not a satisfying ending at all and it was one of the worst endings I've read, actually.  Okay, so I'm exaggerating.  But I don't think anyone was happy with Mockingjay.

5. Anything by John Green
I have read everything by John Green EXCEPT for Looking For Alaska and Will Grayson Will Grayson, which I SO, SO, SO want to read!  The Fault In Our Stars was my favorite, but I just love everything by him and I just love him!  I would marry John Green if I were able to.  So every person on Earth needs to read his books, which are The Fault in Our Stars, Paper Towns, and An Abundance of Katherines.

6. Thirteen Reasons Why
I'm speechless.  I don't know how to describe this book because it's so sad yet eye-opening and it makes you wonder what causes a person to commit suicide.  It's just horrible how people treat others and how some people are just considered garbage.  Everyone has to read this book and it just makes you realize what happens when there's just too much hate in a person's life.

7. The Future of Us
Hilarious.  This book is just hilarious.  The humor is just unbelievable considering Jay Asher also wrote Thirteen Reasons Why.  He and cowriter Carolyn Mackler must be very creative to come up with the story line: What if you could see your future- and change it- through Facebook?

So, that is my list of favorite books that you need to read.  Thanks chirpers!  Comment, shout me out, do anything, really.  KEEP READING!  KEEP CHIRPING!  If you are just coming upon me, below is a link to my profile.  Are you an author or a publisher?  Email me!  Questions, comments, concerns, book ideas?  Email me!  Below are also links to these books and their authors. My Profile J.K Rowling (Author of Harry Potter) Shadow Hunters (City of Bones) Veronica Roth (Author of Divergent) Suzanne Collins (Author of The Hunger Games) John Green Thirteen Reasons Why Jay Asher (Author of Thirteen Reasons Why and The Future of Us) Carolyn Mackler (Author of The Future of Us)

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