Hello!
You're reading my third article for (you probably know this already, I know xD) 15 days writing challenge!

Today's challenge or "topic", whatever you want to call it is to

Make A List Of Your Favorite Books

So, here it goes!

1. "Harry Potter" series by Joan K. Rowling

I won't choose just one book from the series, cause it's just wrong. Together, they make a whole story, so why separate them? All of them are wonderful. I read the first Harry Potter book (It's a Philosopher's Stone but you probably know this too) at the age of 11, the same age when I started to write and read, and I can say that this series is the reason why I showed interest in literature. It helped me in two ways:

1) To beat depression that I fell in after some nasty stuff in my life
2) Discover my passion for books and writing

These were the moments where I knew what I wanted to do in life. Not only I was emotionally tied to the characters for the first time, but those same fictional characters helped me get through and forget about drama in my life.

J.K.R. is a woman that world should remember forever, for she gave us a timeless, brilliant story that showed the true values in life in a subtle and funny way.

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2. "Kiss An Angel" By Susan Elizabeth Philips

Alright, so this book is absolutely crazy! It has everything. A good love story, a good amount of humor, it shows that a girl can do whatever she sets her mind to, it tells us how animals are more than some random creatures on Earth and it's one of those books that you can't close until you come to the last page.

Susan E. Philips just can't write a bad book. I read all of them and I liked them all, but this one has a special place in my heart!

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3. "The Count Of Monte Cristo" by Alexandre Dumas

This is an adventure book from 1844. It tells us a story about this really nice and kind guy, Edmond Dantes who gets accused of treason (fakely, of course). He gets imprisoned and he meets Abbe Faria, a fellow prisoner who encourages him to run away and guides him to this island with treasure where he gets rich and returns to avenge himself on the men who betrayed him.

I truly felt sorry for Edmond and at some points I wanted to cry. This book simply shows how easily your life can change and how you don't really know people as well as you think you do.

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4. "Maktub" by Paulo Coelho

If you're confused and have many questions about the human nature, universe and want to read something really thoughtful and wise, go and find this book right now. This man is so wise and so smart that his books are screaming proofs that a world is much more than we'll ever know. It's enlightening and truly special. With every page I turned, I was more and more stunned.

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5. "Percy Jackson" series by Rick Riordan

If you didn't read this, but you love mythology, good laugh and adventure, you're missing out sooo much! This series turned me into a Greek mythology lover. (or freak haha) Percy is also an awesome character with a lot of relatable virtues and flaws. You'll be drawn to these books like a moth to the light.

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I could really go on and on and on about all the books I'm obsessed with, but it's getting pretty late here, and I still have to study business economy, so I'll have to leave now.. :(

Thank you for your support on my previous articles and I hope you enjoyed this one as well!

Also, if you want to read the previous two articles, you have them in a collection "15 Days Writing Challenge" on my channel!

See ya tomorrow!

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Thea